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Y ,M '-V-'H-"f--H ' ' L Wg, JY "The nation's military mood in May 1944, when Forrestal took the oath of office as Secretary of the Navy was one of optimism and confZdence...Forrestal by temperament was not inclined to be optimistic and in the spring and summer of 1944 he viewed the general mood not merely with disapproval but with dismay ...Long before V-E day...Forrestal had begun to regard with deep apprehension, Soviet post-war intentions in Europe and Asia." "Forrestal was convinced that the Russians were determined to exploit any and all power vacuums that resulted from the defeat of Germany and Japan. He therefore was firmly of the opinion that the United States should retain sufficient military strength to deter Soviet expansionism and, if deterrence failed, armed Soviet aggression." "As early as February 1946, Forrestal and Admirals N imitz and Sherman had taken steps to ensure the gradual redeployment of naval units to the eastern Mediterranean. . .""' U28 ,February 1946 . . .I talked to Byrnes this afternoon about sending casual cruisers un- announced. . .into the Mediterranean so that we may establish the custom of the Ameri- can flag being flown in these waters.. . 30 September 1946...We released a state- ment tonight...giving the naval policy in regard to the maintenance of American a menace recognized as early as 1946 hy James Forrestal, first Secretary of Defense, for whom this ship is proudly named. units in the Mediterranean. The gist of it was: Units of the American Fleet have been in the Mediterranean and will continue to be there in the future to: 1. Support American forces in Europe, 2. Carry out American policy and diplomacy and 3. 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X-9,7 Its beaches may be hidden and rocky, a painful crust o f tiny stones and shells sparkling and sea-washed, or a wide spread of talouin sand bearing the restless footprints of travellers from throughout the world, as once the conquering arinies strode across these lands, leaving their eternal iinage. The beach at CAPRI Cleftj and CANNES Cabovej - Bird Canal RAPALLO Italy - CBartony X. The waters o f the M edzterranean create places of refuge for people and boats zntunate beaches and quzet harbors, serene canals arched unth brzdges for a Sunday stroll a luocurzous beach club where the water echoes the sounds of pleasure Hi tm., ll iii ,--. -qw. X, - Q . L 11 in v- Sailing ship in the NAPLES harbor - CFelker9 in RAPALLO, Italy ,, ' ovxyf . .- ,, v- ., 1,-.w,,, '?HZ.,j.. 5, :QQ , ?-Vi. 'i"5""' , ae: , pf, ,-JJ ,' W V' .KK ,-N ll.-A, ,, A, . ,sw . 11 5 ,.- . . K -, v."f f.: W .- 'W' , , " ' ' W' - , ,- , Wm- 'H' . V X '. - " W' , aa' nv I ' " , - why 'Y 4-1f'1fn.3,'195V.'.. 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'lf' f M 5 , A 'inf U Af, 3 , w. 0 6 A .E A ff -Q gf , . ,,., W, wk l Q: ' ,.-...V , ., M ' ,Wm ,N I ' 'mg if , , ,, 1 , ,Aff , , ,J ,, 71 f ,. mmf fm 1 , ' ' ffffwff ,Q , HW, W, N , -W , ff-Y, - f,,. , if - 'ff',"ir - If M :L ,f , ,, J L, 'is f ff f ,fc I ' ' lv A 29 ., , I f , Ll , , , , Q f , 'ZA , . xx: f, 1, w ' 1 5 f Wx! W G f ZH. 0 , 1 'bu JL From these cities came more than ctiseovery. From them came enlightenment eentnwles old, spiritual strength eternal and tasting. St. Peter's Square, ROME, Italy - fSoIdaviniJ QE? .,f . I .- 'S 1 , f - t1f7' t We . ,W 5 g 4 , ,V e - , 1- " f 17f,."" ' 5. Ka N56 1 1 -is , ' ,, Q. li kkk, M V -xc J BARCELONA, Spain - CFe!kerj CANNES, France - CAroianJ The cities themselves are as Cl'ljf87'8'l?,l as the people who live iii them cwicl as alike as the common M eclitewcwiecwi C'lfllt?fl'I'8 of which they are ci part. Residential section, NAPLES, Italy - CFeIkerJ -'I Their baildiiigs reflect all the ages that have passed through these cities, the eoiiqfaerors aiid the eoiiqfaered, the iricessaiit waves of piaritipie travellers who have stopped or stayed iii these pleasaiit places. BARCELONA, Spain - CFeIkerJ rv!! I+ H 57 58 1 1 GENOA, Italy - CFeIkerJ CD Fi' -K cb cn Fi' 5. 2 :U If rn C: fn G7 -K rn rn o CU j Y' i VT4SI W qwamp , Pa. , ig- g Q wg 1 'fywii L h Some cities are filled with siwilight atrial flowers oolrryioig cm olir o f self-possessiooig Street scene, JEREZ, Spain others seem ollwolys olctrlc efoerl iii the piercing siwilight, and old before their tirfie. There are immense bonlefvamls, stately with blooming trees and glflttemng ears and there are the hflclclen alleys, hanntecl by clespaln Generalissimo Franco Avenue, BARCELONA, Spain P, 2 5 f h G ah U ,f Traffic curcle GENOA Italy CFelker7 Aueyway NAP'-ES Italy Gelkeo ,lg vm! 1 1 T - . , X ' mf we it 4 7 'r . i' in c ' I5 121, 15, c z an ,V Car 4 Q 252 3 1 4, 1 Q. 3 ,,,,,,,,, . . ., Za. 2: 'YW 3 ST x , 'fi Piazza del Fearrea GENOA Italy CFeIkerJ NAPLES, Italy - CFelkerJ , . . .....A..,-..,f7J.-.. --.- ',..a: 'i:4:.-..1::- .,11,....-,, ,, . A gx,:.,g -:ga-Lg: -1 ,-3,-,gg ff -Q--2, ,j,g,j'::b-3:1 14. fr! c -unc.-1-A 9-2 Club Ritz, ATHENS, Greec At all houiis 0 f the clay aucl uight, the cities bustle with actifvity. They ape, after all, filled with people busy with traffic, places of copiiueiice aucl awelliug aiia hectic eutefrtaiuiueut. Music Festival, Via Chia, NAPLES, Italy - CFe 1 i Yet' the cities can take tlieifr' leisure, too, 5 iii oi eiwiioiis disiiegcwd for the fmiitic pace cmd life stcwiols still for 0iCiiiz0wio iii 0, sidewalk cafe, L4 55 3 QX1 :N sg VALENCIA, Spain-CFelkerJ . f 9 .2 ig ' 1-,zvj?9 , ,' H ,f-My N , lx 1 Q Q4 ' sv.,-fw. v 3 l l v l A Arcade in the Umberto Galleria, NAPLES, Italy - CFeIkerD TID-IM 616 R M 55.15 - N "N uw... -Q '- xg'-. ix ar- , 'A - ERR ll "F If ' , . ' 1 Q- zmmunpuugmj-":' a and Q I ,, ICI Ill llhi- ID I 'ling' '-Q, an--Q ...D -5 Their nights are lit with stairs cmd seqiiiois and foiwitaiois biwstiiig iii coloied sprays cigoiihsti clowkeiied biiildiiigs. Then, while the iuorld sleeps, the cities dance ,,-4 suv 1- ,X M a 541' L 'L N 4-. M .- l- '1.k sm n..-.. an an , za N. 'I -'Q v , 7 , Hillsides of GARMISCH - CKenneyJ 5 r P 'A E r i 1 I 1 I F 1 11 Law A tour to Monserrat Monastery, BARCELONA, Spam Far reiriovecl from the gay beaches that lirie the M ecliterraoieaoi shores, the cciwitrysicle is a place of peace, where lash 'valleys alteriiate with craggy peaks, rich stretches of grass risiiig irito sterri rock, fcrbiclcliiig aricl sricic-tciichecl. 71 Street of Knights, RHODES, Greece - CFeIkerJ Peiieliecl piiecaiiioilsly oii the liillsicles avid sealteifecl tlifroilgli the valleys ape the villages, aioelliiig places of people as olcl as the sea, people iooiiii aiicl piioilcl aiicl liaifol iooplciiig. The 0'd City. RHODES, Greece - CFeIkerj 72 iz" GARMISCH, West Gefmal ,.,M. I' 4 1 '..--.-m.,- xx W ,ff i s n 1 ,, Y gf E 1 1 .W , ,,, f X X 5 3 ,g Z : 'Z f. 7 7 M fy 5, M, f 1 P .61 if Q 4 2 Q W uw ff , , , f , f ,, , mfy 3 3: Nfyyffff I , I, , f vfuy W, f ,f , E ,ff f ' , ,wwf M ,ff ,f W 1 fffyf ,Z V4 If fm ,f fy f wwf! 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W, 6 flu' I: u,d,f,ffZ,, I4 ,.I JV, ,I I I JV' I V V .f' "V , ,I ,WWI W 6,1 , ' 7.15 I W. rf, A--A--Y .-V-,, ...W , V i W 2 E 2 4 . 5 '! 1 5 5 ,, 1, w , r r 1 W , i a. V POMPEII, Italy Gate to the Old City, RHODES, Greece - fFelkerJ 82 ri- l W i ii l The ancient wofrlcl lifoes on, a poignant onlin. On its streets, along its ivias, Vesafoifas' lll'llXlflCl97n stinlolc nniinaginable teinioii ana ainiestecl tiineg i in its harbor, tlie gfreat golden Colossns stoool piionclly stiiaclclling tlie tiineless iuateinoays. Windmills on the waterfront, RHODES, Greece - CFeIkerJ Q , w. 4 u 'Val ,wx Z if r 6542 5 'K' QMQQXV -ef M NN 1 Y. :N K ZS.. ""hn...i X " Wig, W. WJ- uw mix rw5..'wnu-.31 -if1ANMfmw,wu4n if 5 -:qw I I '.....,- , . VG? "!"1..1i K':il..'. fi 'X 1. g V. may ,+., W I od. ! 1 f wr ,fwf 3? W' 1 'ff' -Mn, V If ffga 125 P95 M - lb, ' 'WY N . -ua, T4 Among the columns of the Fomlm, mcm's loleals of democratic gooemzmeozl cmd legislative concepts were flfst cleolcllmeol to CL togcicl cmclflenee. Ruins of the Forum, ROME, Italy - lSoIdaviniJ Temple of Zeus, ATHENS, Greece - CFeIkerJ - ...A ---hm..-,-F.-.,. -H H.- ..: :.'::Lf.:-1.-rf:-5' -y----P f--71. gv.-3-373555 1-'-1-4-r:,11.-Lp - ,- x '37,3.Z,1f Q- tf-,,: eff , - f,-..f2g-wr 3, -I z - .-Lt".'f' I ' S. N-L I ,," :L ' ' - .4 l fp! .-1' I l ,. 1-'iiliiiii-iizin D 42' L 4 . Q ,T ,AX it . ,... . , , , ' -'11-4' kg-Epff5i?f'fgf155,:1'f '- ' " 'r1-'rv ,--1-2--QQF -- , Iii the midst of life lays dedth iiiiiois thdt can be viewed from the bits mi oiie's way to woiilc. A meetiiig with the past heiie is dii every day occiwiieiiee. M-'19-,.. , '9h,4- 1- 4 :Lair Q -In 1 pq?-IU Coliwnns stcincl, white olgoiinst the shy, striped by snn, lit by fantastic spotlights by night, so that the ancient iooiilcl shonlcl neyei' see the tfrne snnsot of its glory. K7 M or t 'sissy ,l ,.,,,..,g,, W, Q,-V ' if .S ' A M 1 3 I A an , 1 x 'l-Eh Ax It bmw in ,YQ ff' ' ' A Interior of the Parthenon, ATHENS, Greece - CFeIkerJ ATHENS, Greece - CBirdJ 89 The Colosseum, ROME, Italy - fMercerJ And flowers bloom still in a ruined garden and only broken columns, smashed pediments, a fragment of a graceful cornice remain as a milte detail of the perfection that once stood , . . .I " '1 - 27' -'11 ,1tf. ., -..:',-.,::.11-ET 1' :7 -iJ:7,Et2'l1'7'7..".2A5.-59 '45-22:-'1.L'31'G:.i'? --.-:5i3ff""2f:f5" ' '--f9'!'3 :i-'1-.5'1Z- '7' - V 7-' ' ' a V ' ' ' ' -' T ' - --ii 5-T 'T . - - - 4 - - - V .- .-f. b.-1.-- ---.4 --11. -:.-.- 1111. :Lf-,-:'f?.ea-Q,r:-'--,-:?:.f::-xv.-,:fg..::1.:gxp-v,,::,:-:..g- -,,1.,,.-. . , .37 , -e ,Y ' , A , -Y, Y , - . - : ,- F- , ,, If RHODES, Greece - CWoodroffeJ Garden, POMPEII, Italy - fwoodroffej POMPEII, Italy - Cwoodroffel fu I i , if 'L 'lu- 51. 8 Q . 3 ,ly 1. Q... M, ,A 1 ,, 5 . 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V ' .Qu Wim' V- r -" ,lv , L ' A, v "" n 1 L ' f 'W 1 J- -J ..., s 'T .I . if w at I fi-' ' 1 W R , . 1 3' , 1 f' s ' n " 'II . 3, if 37 1 , ' "' ,ff ,,,f" .M 3 . , A.-.xl f ,M , I, , ff 141 ,Mk 'I , 'I .,,M k 5 - 'I li , I f 705939 fh, V! -"'-4.1, . -' in-I . -H,,. 0-'9 V1 .1 Ni"""-- -i j 1 .W " 1" ,l ,' ' , A 'iw,"1f V tv .fn - -gy: 3 - 2-1"'M ... ,..,,'ff77 Z ' 1 Roman ruins I i ' ' The iohitefhed boiies of tivo great oivitizatioiis doviihate M editewaiieaii life. h h Stripped of their use by time, they have hoiiethetess eiidiwed the vavioiis hotooafasts mah avid hatiwe have devised The Panhenon, ATHENS, Greece - fBirdJ 93 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I V1.7 ' ' ' ' A .'Z1,l,,, ',,,,l:, 4 Y n I I I I I I II The Mediterranean is the fountatnheaa for many of the uJorZa's major religions ana counts among its greatest treasures its beautiful cathedrals ana mosques... St. Peter's Square, ROME, Italy S un mu w fem-W 4 ff 555 10 h S K S- 1 ...whose elctbomte ft'1'L,Q97"S, be they O'l"l?,CL'l'1'Z,8'I?,t6d gothic spires 01' Byzcmttfhe mfifhtwets, reach gracefully towcwols the H eayeh they seek. i E 1 i t E Sultan Ahmet Mosque, ISTANBUL, Turkey - CFelkery Temple of the Sacred Family, BARCELONA, Spam - QFeIkerJ Theoe 'ts dwevszty m these churches, fm, them owchztectw e, cmd fm the behefs they teach n . . - ' ' fa fa . . . fa fa . . 0 JERUSALEM, Jordan 98 wiv ,ff f ,fwe ,gl vm fc' fl' fffii , ofa S iff 762' 5. f W ,,,,, 'W fm ghffffimm JA + 'Erie Heb- ' - .' 4? ,, . QW. -wg ,su f f :Q hs r 5 I v I P V 1 f sl . 'Q1 K- .9 I fl B.. , 3, .4 x .9 1 ll' 'ns FR 04-is ,F ,L , ,, , 'O A Q Ina dhsg :ag I of us'- A '44 , -.1 ,, 1 ,A jf-,fl CYTQW' 1. X 1 in 14,5-if f as V , Bl-1 . 4 if A ., . Alina ...En - -, -1 I Nw- I vf BV' ' . 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' A 'i-.". .'. .. T' ' I X ,. ffl ,Q C V , , V. 5 V ,, ' 'wfqf 165-3-I 5 xl' 'L A . . .4 2 ' . . , " 'x ,,.'g- ,US -.' X . V W. . ...J H . s + " 'Xof X X f' " . .4-fm-rf' Y BYASS 'X W if Eg 1. 4- 5, Y :nm TN!"'?' ' .-ul , -V9 .Jazz-rf , ., .,4v- if 1 ,..,.,.....- Q , W Church, BARCELONA, Spain - Cffelkery Vast and elaborate maivfs cathedrals starid, often the aomiiiaiit focus of avi eiitire city, the site of a pilgrimage, tlie source of st-reiigtli and light. Cathedral at PALMA, Mallorca, Spain Church, NAPLES, Italy - CFelkerJ The Mediterranean. .. where Christ walked, ' where today the Pope reigns over his far flung ltingdoin, here where the call to prayer niay sound in a bewildering variety of tongues, is the vibrant expression of inan's universal and abiding faith. 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GENOA, Italy CFeIkerJ Cemetery, GENOA, Italy - CBEHTOFU 10 J T D .riff , V M : f' lx bw ,-.W .3 D " ,ewgzfrvwfl " 5 .iff Q , yfffif 2 K Tfrw' jg-. in If ',,f,ff- LLC? 11, fy 1 ' f lf' giffif ,r ff f f ' ,I if f V .'!f f X :ff ?,?,4Qz , .0 Qwf' Iv, 'iff' QXJ1-Qi? , 1 L 'Rf- ,jj, 3 J f' 7,4-gzjfw ' ff- M 1 A ,J ' ff ,-if ."" , 51451 x 9 ' l ,f I 4- Chisellecl in harsh stohe, heroic and proud, or carved of lyric marble, classic and serehe .. fry I - -1' ROME, Italy -I qsoldavinip My Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, ATHENS, Greece - fFelkerJ RHODES, Greece - CFeIkerj K 5 ,I 'lf if "Q, ., k I 4 we ,251 ,, , .l. -4 107 '0'lgpmd4,'W ,lf , ,,, Fanciful fountain, BARCELONA, Spain Zoo - CFGIKGVJ ' u,,,,-l..,ge-9. V ,, . f, g3'1:,j. . if . v, f, Cemetery, GENOA, Italy - CBartonJ ...these inanionate inhabitants speak eloqnently of past glories anal present aeconiplisliinents. 10 Larger than life, muguzg from the ludicrous cmd ugly to the maguificeut cmd beautiful. .. L'Arc de Triomphe, PARIS, France - CMercerJ i 1 Statue of Christopher Columbus, GENOA, Italy - fFeIk Statue to Greek Motherhood, ATHENS, Greece - CFeIkefD Statue at Opera H0USe. NAPI-ES. Italy - CFeIkerJ 6 ...they Zend a sense of perinanence ana an air of dignity to the omnipresent glass and steel facades rising everywhere. 1 my X ,yfff,w.'v-b xi . -ff Milf' f. M, , V Www A' , W f M r 7 mf ff X w.-.f,, V-if f H 9,9 V W W Wm VW W 1 aan, , ,vw ' v- WGN? nv .9 mn Z , 4157 aw W M .W I ,f ,ry ,f , W MW N I Aww f , . X fn 'X f' f 4' H f AW Q. M wi-X YW' W . f PWM ,f..Ww 'f X f V A X ' my - X' W ffm WW gywwf-,f...,, , ,fp W ,, V K M,-M. , ff W W X I I ww gym. A f f WWM WW' f , ff M , W W 1 46 , W M 1 M f -'YI , M 46 f XMXW, W3 5 1 YL Q Q , , I . h.mg,,, W3 . , K ,V ' X M . ,, I M 40 I . ,Z . gy f ,, 4 if 1-mf g Q' ww' Wi X07 I .QI I V I fh mm. . wx- WW W0 Q f Q, Wim - Wk -Aw 6 ,, . ,f if vw f , :-, , . .01 sm? f W W , ,,W"f6f,w-M KW , 4- 1f',ff,f- fi f f. 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They are as apt to charin yon in French as in Spanish ancl they inalce friends in every language. rn migw A I A ,fr Q 2 ci , : , :4'ff.?if1L:':l', ,'.1". fb' w ie, 2 'W Nun, NAPLES, Italy - fPoInyj , Greek priest, RHODES, Greece - CFelkerJ The Mediterranean tonrist can be oonfonnded by the myriad of salesmen offering their wares with an aggressive determination BARCELONA, Spain that can be, at times, somewhat overwhelming. Walnut vendor, ISTANBUL, Turkey - CFeIkerJ 3 .W i - - ,V , .fs-we-'I "gi "-I oi Fruit market, NAPLES, Italy 118 KW., Fisherman, RAPALLO, Italy - CPetersonJ They are ct people with roots cleep iii the past, lost iii history. Their ways, their rharwiers CL'l'LCl pioniy of their customs repioiiii the olcl ways eyeh as their outlook becomes more owiol more cofhteiriporctry E Fishing boats' NAPLES' Italy Fisherman RHODES Greece 20 These descendents of Alexander, of Cleopatra, of Constantine, Charleinagne, Socrates and Caesar do not exhibit their heritage of greatness and vision, for they are siinple people living qiliet lives . .. Sidewalk artist, CANNES, France - CFeIker5 ii ,ix 'r -K NAPLES, Italy CAN N ES, Fra nce Cellist, MONACO, France 22 Mkw Waiter, BARCELONA, Spain - CFauIknerJ bitt their customs, their talerlts, their ihterests, their slcills spark the pillsebectt of M ecliterrowieowi life as silrely as their ancestors left their mark oh the world. 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I. - fFelke-rj kk 133 inf' The brief stop in KEFHV the lovely harbor of Charlotte Ainalie was only a prelude to the wealth of new experiences awaiting Forrestal, as she tnrned east towards her deployment with the Siitth Fleet. Calypso singer, ST. THOMAS, V. I. - Cwoodrooffej .4 -. !.! 592 134 iPhoto oy Beilj 122 f rs-146: Ti . I 1 2. ' " 2 7 ' , f A. X., N:-,src Ma- 4' Hg, , ,- g TQ W -' IYV, I H Z Fx A t ' XL V f X 5: Z " ,.. hw .Z Q - ,, ,, .. 31 V A W .,, , Pg . , 4 M.. V 1, ji. - .Q .- .W qFelkerj Fisher boys, ST. THOMAS, V. I. - CFeIkerJ i www 50" CFelkerJ -Q. M, ,,w.,,,f bf nm x. bf' .7" of Q-M. 'fr J' ""'5-f"Y-1, ffm , f Ns WV A nw V f 5 f f ggfigm f any 4-f ,. ' A img ,yws Y ' g'+f"'?""" - X 1 1 I 1 i i c Tins was a new world to many of the crew 1 and a familiar place to many othersg some were eager to meet tt head on, some afraid of its strangeness. Others, more experienced, were jnst bored by 'lt all. Cemetery, Stiglieno, GENOA, Italy - qPeter50n7 , 13 . 8 ATHENS, Greece - fBIfd7 40 There were hoiirs of sightseeing, the sith hot orl rapidly wiltiiig whites aiiol everything eofniiiiittecl irrevocably to film. There were soiweiiirs aiicl gifts to oily for those at hoirie and the new teehiiiqiie of argiiiiig about the price. GENOA, Italy - QWoodroffeJ Jewelry shop, NAPLES, Italy - fFeIkerJ Shoeshine, ATHENS, Greece - CBirdJ The Old Bazaar, ISTANBUL, Turkey - CFeIkerJ 141 Eijeryiuhere, FORRESTAL sailors became paint of the local scene . . swimming at Capri, photogmphioig Pompeii SNK.- CAPRI, Italy v 'W Y m ' ,QV--w'35"' v, 1.. mv I Y .,., ,,.,w1..M,-- 4-its-: 021 K 1c,.,...,,,,,,,,,... , vw ,,,, , .qt U s . .,,, -es. 1 ., -,- A' 0.4, X-f. If Q V 'I am 91-r.":'1'LIgd 'eu' - . ' 142 , The Old University, GENOA, Italy - CFeIkerJ RHODES, Greece - fFeIkerj ..l" Chestnut vendor, ATHENS, Greece - CFSIKBVD '3' RHODES, Greece 144 . 'r-If X. ., 9 . , - ag? .3-fy... K - . . 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Belly dancer, USO, ISTANBUL, Turkey - CFeIkerJ 14 They oaine to enjoy this life, the nnaeeilstoined leisnre, the strangeness that Nivith tinie seeoned not foreign at all They lent their helping hands to local needs and projects with a willingness eqilal to their desire for pleasnre. Flamingo Club, NAPLES, Italy - CFelkerj 1 148 rr' 1 f-..-,.qs..,.. Q, sill "lr N Orphans' Christmas Party, CANNES, France. - CPoInyJ Orphanage, NAPLES, Italy - fMcSorIeyJ s-.,,. They soon became accustomed to new cnnrencvles, new langnages, new enciteanents, new delights. . g --. s.. Bullfight, BARCELONA, Spain Alley, CANNES, France , - - .,, -P, - 1:-Lx,f....-ff.-- .,.,, .. ,N-,.,,,.....--....,.a.,.- .,-.--,-.....-,-. ,, - -,- , 7 T, . A, , '1llliu.... ,4 4" 1 X f W ,mi 2 L A F Q I 1 'human I -- ., lug Q 5 if K . A9213 My CAN N ES, France ,.,,.... .-...--.-ay.--... A-v-.-. ,..- Aw Y A -- ----.vfr-y- il ag, - f- 2 Sidewalk cafe, CANNES, France s ay- Y " Z . 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Ready for action, stripped of the pomp and glittering ceremony, the crisp whites and impeccable sideboys of her in-port self, this immense grey weapon titrned to her mission: to safeguard the 'vital interests of her nation and her allies. 157 58 A near-visible tension, electric and aciite, grips the ship, plnnging through the sea on a rehearsal of attack and defense. The crew nieets its call to quarters with speed and precision, bnilt of long practice and intense drill. Then, they wait. A Geiger counter reads the hangar deck during a nuclear attack exercise. - ubetersony Reports are phoned to DC Central. - qMercerJ A casualty power exercise. - CPetersonJ Q All kinds of repairs are rehearsed . . . - CMcAIisterJ CPhoto by McAIisterJ 159 CAG-8 conference. - QMercerJ From offices and desks come orders and instrnctions as a great net of communication draws the members of FORRESTADS fighting team into close contact. Ld Busy office staffs lay the groundwork for flight operations. - fMercerJ , 1 uqb A rocket is carefully fused . . . - CFeIkerQ luxxi Ni X Arined and dangerons, Forrestal is a giant weapon with incredible range, accnracy and enorrnoils inobility. Her potential for attack and defense is virtually liinitless, extending over land as well as sea, into the depths of tlie ocean and tlie einpty reaches of the sky. 162 . . . a heavy bomb hoisted into position. - CFelkerj it W l .X ...IL-A . , e ir ,Y 4 A ig ,,,p , ,in , uw-, is Rockets are armed with explosive warheads. - CBeIIJ 414-M4-vgw ,f, , . , 4 J- ff f A I ff P' 3,0 My ,Y ,, ff . , J 9 An F8C is equipped with deadly rockets. - CBeID VMA-331 crew members attach a CBeIIJ 163 bomb to its rack on an A4E. - ii 11 V i i l i il al Ii ll i i 1 i l il 'TI ll el iii lil 'll ll l at L l li iii i sl 1 V . AA VF-103 F80 is positioned on the catapult and rigged for launch. - QBellJ lg c all She is a cronciiing aniinal, tense and wary, ill l!i liiclclen in the ynngle of toclayfs nneasy iuorlcl. 1 l . . ly Muscles tant, eyes glittering, senses acnte and alert, silent and awesoine, she waits at sea. l 1 i 3, it Catapult steam clouds A4E of VA-81. - CBellJ li 164 if i I w, -Wfwf ff f , Wi 3 fy XMQWW f W XXXZXN - ff M f ' ff 1 5 A huge A3B of VAH-6 is readied for launch. - CFeIkerJ lf Her aircraft strain at the tension of eatapnlts impatient and eager to fly. With a roar, wild and angry, this anional can bnrst froon its hiding place An A3B Skywarrior of VAH-6 heads down the flight deck. - CFeIkerJ i 5 The Catapult Offlcer gives the final okay for launch to a waiting A4E from VA-81. - CBelD VF-103 F8E. 67 A VMA-331 A4B points its sleek nose skyward. - CFelkerJ ,JP 8 One after another, in a roar of steam . . . - CFeIkerj ...to nnleash the fniiy of attack against the inenace of his world. One by one, the planes can flaine and sciceain from the deck lost into the sky within speeding seconds on their way to the chosen target. A VF-74 F4B leaves the deck. - CFeIkerJ 69 ,.,.,,,S,,.,... ...........m- WA M Q '? 1 , l .al nun. 4Q in 1 fa ' lj , ', I K ' , J., AJ AJ , 715034 Q , A 1 , ..Ax M- A' asses " A x J , , S , - 'Q 'QxQ fh' ' 'Q ' f ,1X "Q'v zi""' T ,Q Y.'. . K Bgg..:..i-l'I?T?1,' I f -K Mga4V j'W" , ' 2' K X ' 1 L7 I - VT .f ffx, 1 :'V LQ XIQA 1 NA' .,., uhm, rm. ,., A I ,fm A ' 1 + , my-QQ, - f-unload' ,. H Q 4 s 2 4 E a 1 i 1 VA-83 Tlles a IOW IGVSI auacn mlsslon . . . - QVl'I"-bZQ 174 3 x L..,.........,..m ,.., ' D95 KARINES ,L UWKST Nl I n 1 To Forrestal, the planes retnrn frown their incessant rehearsals of attach and defense, She is their base, their landing field, their home, a self-contained community to which they belong and which they represent. .. i l Tension ENDS the flight deck as the LSO A begins to bring them down. - CPetersonQ An F4B Phantom of VF-74 reaches for the wire. A VAH-6 A3B about to touch down. - CFeIkerJ The cumbersome looking Willy Fudd, flown by VAW-12, approaches for a landing. - CFelkerJ A crew member races to disengage the hook of an A4B of VA-83. - CBellJ l . . .as Forrestal represents others here in the M edtterranean, far from hoone. She serves as one answer to the worZd's vnenaoe today and a powerful answer. Dusk settles on the flight deck as an Angel of HU-2 finds its way home. - CPetersonJ 79 0 ' wx X,,,,1?1ff,.- ,- O K if JM' 4 Q 1 f 'f 1 J 0 'div 4, 'mf , Q - ,ff mf 5, f X fa 'R 3 f . 3, 3 W f 475 X M N , X .g 5 X Q x X 'ix ,dv X 5 Za A A ii frm QW'-Q cr 4 4 u 3 'M 8 iq, X Q X , Q xv xg x, . -W. :B X! , X A X x 'x X , Hp x W . WZ, X wc, A x Nw A - ,Q Kxxx N wx fx wi fag X2 . X7 A 7 R f, fxxrz X, Rx, -:rx A x x, Y i y f 4 X XX xi XR- 1. sg 3 ' M x X XXXQ 1 XS X xx USS NITRO AE 23 D D 12 1: f 11 to FORIRESTAL CSoldavln0 To peindin dt fighting strength Fowestdt 'relies on the other ships of the fleet designed to keep her snpplied with the inedns of dttdch dnd defense, with doninnnition and boinbs dnd pockets . .. .Q . . H 1 if is . e -- S' I T-fl -s-. s ff-Q .esw - re ares o rans er ammuni ion Some supplies come aboard in style. - CPetersonj QL lt's a new game we play . . . - qpetersony r n ...as well as the more yorosazo requzrements of nearly flue thousand men. Ineomprehenstble amounts r of foocl ancl fuel are consumed ancl the ollers anal tankers l and ammunition ships gathered about the giant attach carrier I must keep these moving in a never-ending stream. From Ship to net' across churning Water' r I - Urelkery . . .then from hand to hand, supplies come aboard. - fPetersonJ Leapfrog! - CFeIkerJ 183 5 i Refueling complete. - CFeIkerJ 5 84 X Breaking away from a refueling hookup CFelkerJ Avid Forrestcit too rhiist share with others to provide their rieeds, so that smaller ships of the fleet may remairi at sect cmd serve with her. FORRESTAL refuels USS MAC DONOUGH CDDG-85. - CPetersonJ X..5"T 'X . ,.,.,,f Qs.. NWN X OS fo X Aw wifi wvx ,X X mx we mx MN x Xxx X K4 2 V ah vw Qgiglf A wry X- x P X :X - N5 TY Q x Y X 33 X ff- iz X QS -x .X .. ,x Q 5 xi ' of- .' ,' -' .fl " ' ' U ' f ,L,jJf'f'3,, ' ' " W- ' k -ff'w,v-fx' 5f'fuQ1f4, ' , 'fx A X' 'MQ-,,,.,, g " . if K A V -g,..,. 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' .' f NAPLES, Italy - The Mayor of Naples and his party CAPT Hanley on the bridge with RADM Margus visit with RADM Brown. - Cliconomosj Of Royal Netherlands Navy- - CECOHOFTIOSP RADM Fleming, CARDIV 4 and VADM Avgheric, Royal Greek Navy. 188 l. l A 1 l A most welcome VIP gets a big greeting from RADM Fleming. - fEconomosJ As part of the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean Forrestal cofanted ainong its official dilties the entertaining of foreign dignitaries, military officers, neiosinen and other oisito collectively known as V.I.P.'s. rs, The NATO Defense College tours the flight deck. - CEconomosJ RADM Brown and the Prefect Of Naples- 8 , I I I 31 ii 'N Q1 I I I I II I I. 1 ll Pl an ll NAPLES, Italy - General Guiseppe and his party are welcomed aboard. - QPeterson5 I I I I I .Q I I I I I I I , I I r ' I I I I I I I 2 I I I 190 Visitors from the Italian War College. - QEconomosJ v a Admiral An.dre M. Jubelin, lnspector General French Navy, with Captain Hanley. Major General Schulze, Federal German Army, peers through l binoculars on bridge. - CPetersonj From the Admiral to the lowest seaman, each member of the Ship's Company and the attached Air Wing served as an "Ambassador of Good Will" bringing throngh his individual behavior and attitnde the warm greetings of all the people of the United States. l Lt. Colonel Brunet, French Army, returns the salute. - CEconomosJ 191 REAR AD IRAL SAMUEL . BROWN SAMUEL ROBBINS BROWN was born in Chicago, Illinois, on May 6, 1913, son of Samuel R. and Rebecca Atkinson Brown. He attended Shanghai American School from 1925 to 1928, and Lhad a year at the Severn School, Severna Park, Maryland, before his appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, which' he entered in August 1930. Graduated and commissioned Ensign In the U.S. Navy on June 1, 1934, he subsequently advanced in rank to that of Rear Admiral, to date from July 1, 1962. Upon graduation from the Naval Academy, he was assigned to the USS MARBLEHEAD CCL-123, in which he had gunnery, .engineer- ing, communications and navigation duties of a junior officer from July 1, 1934, until December 30, 1936. On February 1, 1937, he reported to the Naval Air Station, Pensacola Florida, w-here he completed flight training and was designated Naval Aviator on January 1, 1938. In February he was assigned to Torpedo Squadron FIVE as Gunnery Officer, and served with that squadron, based on the USS YORKTOWN, for more than two years. From July 1940 until November 1942 he served as Senior Naval Aviator on board the USS NEW ORLEANS, attached to Scouting Squadron SIX, aviation unit of that cruiser during the early period of World War ll. He was awarded the Distinguisihed Flying Cross and the Air Medal, with citations, in part, to follow: Distinguished Flying Cross: "For heroism and extraordinary achieve- ment in aerial flight as Pilot of a Scouting Plane, attached to the USS NEW ORLEANS, during operations against enemy Japanese forces in the Battle of Midway on June 6, 1942. When his plane was launched on the morning of June 6 to search singly for an enemy force reportedly consisting of two aircraft carriers and supporting ships, Lieutenant Brown located the enemy over 150 miles away by his skillful piloting and navigation and, reporting its composition and location, remained in close contact with the enemy until recalled five and one-half hours later. Although subjected to continual antiaircraft fire for two hours, he directed the carrier-based bombers to their targets by radio reports and kept a running account of the ensuing actions which resulted in the sinking of one enemy heavy cruiser and one destroyer . . ." Air Medal: "For meritorious achievement in aerial flight as Pilot of a Plane attached to the USS NEW ORLEANS, in action against enemy Japanese forces in the Pacific War Area from December 8, 1941, to July 27, 1942. Completing his fifth mission during this period, Lieutenant Brown contributed materially to the success of his squadron . . ." Having participated in action at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, in the Battles of the Coral Sea and Midway, and in the Solomons Invasion and action in the Eastern Solomons and at Santa Cruz in 1942, he returned to the United States to serve from December of that year until March 1944 as Superintendent of Aviation Training at the Naval Air Station, Miami, Florida. He then assumed command of Bombing Squadron EIGHTY-TWO, and in Janu- ary 1945 was transferred to command of Carrier Air Group FOUR- TEEN, which he commanded until January 1946. From February to December 1946 he served as Operations Officer on the Staff of Commander Carrier Division THREE. This was followed by duty as Training Officer on the Staff of the Chief, Naval Air Basic Training and his assignment as Operations Officer on the Staff of Commander Carrier Division SIX during the periods Decem- ber 1946 to April 1948 and April 1948 to June 1950,, respectively. The next two years he spent as Executive Officer of the Naval Air Station, Whidby Island, Oak Harbor, Washington, and in June 1952 he became Commanding Officer of Composite Squadron ELEVEN, which saw service during the Korean incident. After a year with that squadron, he had a tour of duty in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department, Washington, D. C. He was a student at the National War College, Washington, D. C., in the 1956-1957 year, and upon graduation in June 1957 reported as Commanding Officer of the USS ORCA CAVP-495. A year later he became Assistant Chief of Staff for Readiness, to Commander Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet, and under orders of February 16, 1959, assumed command of the USS FORRESTAL KCVA-597 on May 9, that year. In June 1960, he was assigned as Deputy Director of the Net Evaluation Sub Committee, National Security Council, Washing- ton, D. C., where he remained until assuming command of Carrier Division FOUR on October 12, 1963. In addition to the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal, Rear Admiral Brown has the American Defense Service Medal with Star: Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with one silver and one bronze star fSIX operatlonsl: American Campaign Medal: World War ll Victory Medal: Navy Occupation Service Medal, Asia Clasp: National Defense Service Medal: Korean Service Medal: and the United Nations Service Medal. He also holds the Expert Pistol Shot Medal. Rear Admiral Brown and his wife, the former Anne Banning Macfarland of Pasadena, California, have four children, Eleanor B., Marlon T., Robin-A. and Elizabeth M. Brown. Married in June 1940, Mrs. Brown was in Honolulu, Hawaii, during the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941, and remained there for the first four months of World War ll. Rear Admiral Brown's official residence is 1011 Olive Avenue. Coronado, California. His present address is 109 70th Street. Virginia Beach, Virginia, vw, , .. ,ff fw-MAJ-,ff -S fc? S":ij,s-S1.,sf ,f...f.x.g..- , ' w M.-w','7y:nw,, .-,wwf , f- f- . . ,. , , . . tsfs:fk.2s'fSsw as-t:f:1ff?'a2f2 U H Ti-t7fw:f,." ,f K ,vwifisf gf Fw f , ,, -'if -f-:ixlp-I.. M, ,W uf ff. mf iw- We fri: f S 1- s--fs-. "1x4.s V If A V, , fr W, rf if ,,,,.,,,,!.,,n,, ll, ,Vfr.W..,,f, Z K VV ,NW my , .N ,g,g,,4,,: fs,.sS,i.,,sQ5g s.,,,Q,,,.S,,,.,53QQSQS,-,,,.M,. .W ' V '- f' 1, ii '56 - 2 wf . 1' A '56 ' , "" ,ff 2--1 ,f iff! T, 1.5 - , 1 . Xff.s"fQ ' , , f, X . ff , ., .f , y . of 1, .- .41 ,sggig S J wg ix. Lis 192 .ms ,x so X X X 1 t -sis.. fi. S-Qs ...,s-:,s..x-Q, S xs- fx if REAR AD IRAL ALLAN F. FLEM NG ALLAN FOSTER FLEMING, was born in Iowa City, Iowa, on Decem- ber 14, 1912, son of Burton Percival and Florence Jeanette CFosterJ Fleming. He attended New Mexico Military Institute and the U. S. Naval Academy, Class of 1936. While at the Naval Academy he participated in football and received his HN" award as captain of the crew. He graduated with distinction, standing eighth in his class of 261. Receiving his commission as an ensign on June 4, 1936, he advanced to his present rank of rear admiral on October 1, 1963. Following graduation from the Naval Academy, he reported aboard the USS Salt Lake City, and in June, 1938, was detached-with orders to the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla., for. flight training. Designated a Naval aviator on July 21, 1939, he joined Scouting Squadron 72, attached to the USS Wasp, the next month. He was returned to the Pensacola Air Station as an instructor from January EJ December, 1941, at which time he was assigned to the USS ornet. The Hornet was the "Shangri-La" from which General Doolittle and his flyers took off for the historic raid on Tokyo on April 18, 1942. She subsequently participated in operations at Midway, the capture and defense of Guadalcanal, raids on Buin-Faisi-Tonolai, and the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands. Badly damaged by fires as a result of an enemy bomb hit on October 25, 1942, during the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, the Hornet was sunk by U. S. destroyers to prevent her from falling into the hands of the enemy. Commander Fleming was awarded the Purple Heart Medal for wounds received in the Santa Cruz engagement. After a period of hospitalization, he reported in April, 1943, aboard the USS Lexington. "For exceptionally meritorious conduct as Fighter Director of fthat aircraft carrierh . . . during action against enemy forces in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands, from September 11 to December 5, 1943 . . . "he was awarded the Legion of Merit with Combat "V". The citation continues "CHeJ brilliantlly directed the Fighter Squadron attached to his carrier during engagements with the enemy on November 23 and 24, assisting in the destruction of twenty-nine hostile aircraft and to the effective protection of his ship . . . CHeJ contributed materially to the development of a highly specialized field of activities of vital importance to the successful prosecution of the war." He is also entitled to the ribbon for, and a facsimile of, the Presidential Unit Citation awarded the USS Lexington. Detached from the -Lexington in February, 1944, he served as officer-in-charge of the Fighter Direction and Combat Information School, Service Force, U. S. Pacific Fleet, until December, 1944, at which time he reported as commanding officer of the U.S. Naval Radar Training School, St. Simons, Ga., with additional duty from December 11, 1945, as commanding officer of the Naval Air Station, St. Simons. In March, 1946, he joined the Eighth Fleet Staff. During June and July, 1947, he was assigned to the Naval Air Station, Banana River, Fla., and for the next month received instruc- tion at the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla. From August, 1947, to June, 1948, he attended a course at the Artillery School, Anti- Aircraft and Guided Missiles Branch, Point Mugu, Calif. He remained there until April, 1950, when he assumed command of Air Develop- ment Squadron Four. In February, 1952, he joined the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt as operations officer, continuing to serve in that assign- ment until August, 1953. Reporting to the Naval War College, Newport, R. I., he completed the course in naval warfare in June, 1954, and in July reported to the Navy Department, Washington, D.C., for a tour of duty as head of the Air-Launched Branch, Guided Missiles Division. Under orders of February 3, 1956, he next had duty on the staff of the Commander-in-Chief, Naval Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediter- ranean. On April 18, 1958, he was ordered to command of the USS Pine Island CAV-129, and on June 18, 1959, he transferred to com- mand ofthe USS Saratoga CCVA-609. During June of 1959, he went to duty in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as director of the Naval Command Systems Division. Rear Admiral Fleming's assignment prior to being ordered as Commander Carrier Division Four was at the headquarters of the Allied Forces Mediterranean, as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, U.S. National Representative. His official home address is Richland, Mich. He is married to the former MacGregor Gray of Milwaukee, and they have three children, Allan F., Skye Macgregor and Leslie M. Fleming. -, f 'xg 1, 3 f ,s Q af,gf,.-tg . spy if .fs u .- 3 fr , ,K ,- f if ,r,i,:5 47143-gf. mg.: sy 1.5, .5 454 'ff f rt ' Q , ,yy 1, ' , Q X' ' 1 .f I -' w. VJ' 2 Q , X ec f- f f mmf -wff-0--if.. as .yds-ff,sfi-,we Lf:sf.s'f.4-K ff Q -I sf?-.smt - sf, sf- .M-1. 1- .- . 21451-If -,,.sc- .-.sg , 1.-psf: -.f,Q,s--1. -q,,.--5-5,,gw -- - , f ? Hg X, . ,. Ms, 'O ..f:f.,,sf-,w,s'f sf, Us--,..-,3sf1,s'f S X .- K e' X .. 1, 15 , ff 5 1 ' 1 'inf-21.-f 1-ff' xi 9 , -.0 ' -.S+ "Q e. ' B 2 -,yi 15. Ny' 2, fs wi'-7 iv tin 5 -- . vas X- sy- , . . , - f 4 14 'f ' -52,55 'Q'-T1 ',- .,, .fd 35, J SHT: 5 ' 1: ' g 3 f ykqq f sg, I-ff-5,3 slkfjkgt--gwj V.-.gi -9, ,, ,L-ygnfs -X15 K f K H - , k 5 69 - k 4 -sly ifkfktsi -1 Q.-74 kiif,L"-ii is S14 LL' 4277! f -1- 7' - ' 11-2f'1i lg ,X , f eff, ,, -t,g5g.sW..g.,,.:jg,LV,,L,N,X5V9.f.,,...,,, .X ,s,,,k,. ,. 553 1- by .Q . Y, ,X t , . V. ,I f 2 2 V A4 Q . - 5 n - 1 J . . wsjw-i' sz iiffif -' if - f 4 f , : M N X, Q W f 2-Qfigem ewgbfs-ali 193 .zz ly l l T , i l g C31QLl?'lTfSLIINl QI1IDlEI ., E5WVS7lEllEl IEFSE CAPTAIN JOHN R. SWEENEY assumed his present position as Chief of Staff and Aide to Commander Carrier Division FOUR on April 17, 1964. A graduate of the Naval Academy, Class of 1938, he completed flight training at Pensacola, Florida, in 1941. He is a qualified jet pilot, having completed that training at Kingsville, Texas, in 1952, and is also a qualified helicopter pilot. His command duties have included Fighter Squadron 42, Carrier Air Group 4 in the Korean area: Replacement Carrier Air Group 12, Service Test Division at Patuxent River, Maryland: the fleet oiler USS TOLOVANA CAO 6455 and the amphibious assault ship USS OKINAWA iLPH 31. He received a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Georgetown Univer- sity, Washington, D.C., in 1948, and attended the Naval War Col- lege at Newport, Rhode Island. 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'fa I I I W EI I XII III 'I I I I I RADM Fleming and CAPT Sween ey confer on FORRESTAL's position. - CEconomosJ QI I 196 I III The staff confers and . . . sometimes . . . concurs!-fEconomosJ COMCARDIV Four Band livens up the scene at Cannes. - CSoIdaviniJ I ' 5 I ,+ve ef uni 16' Constant calls maintain communication. - CEconomosJ X f-, A penny a peek. - CEconomosJ 197 1 1 1 1,1 1 12, 1 11 11111 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 .' 1 17, '1 If 1'1 1 51 111 1 11 1 Z1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l ' 1 1 1, 1 Ill, '-LQ-, . -, i 1 1 1 1 2717-1'cj1,f1,,17,' 7 17111, 7117, -W ,f 7 , ,K , .,Wff.fn:',w M-, ff f 1-,,1f1,1x 11,111 11:1-11 11,1 1.-fi , ,,,, ,, ,, 1,1,f,1 1 ,if X7 17,4 XKJ' 111V'f1'f K W -Mn, 11 -1 1 1 15,11-5 1g , " , 1 ,11',",'1'1?-,ff 1 jygfy ,W-,11fI'1f1f,1,'4 95,131111,1ff1f'f,Vfy 1'7i-441 115 pil-7 1-ggi,'f-12g"fi9':1i'.'-11-ifV1-135,115-iiF51-1,-'fi?':ifi-1?-liilLi'iCig'5l-'-'- ' a 7 17 7 , 7 7 , ' 77 777, 17 1 11 11 w ,, '1 17011-W :1,7'1-7171167177777 77 717 1 IM ny 74771773-777 Q jg 717-77.15-717117.5151lj.j:,?f.i.7-1i-k-1171.1-,ii-.1.-X11-57117: 7 , ,ff I , 1,4 1771 , 1 1 1 7, ,ff 177 1 77 771'7f17,f4- . X .. 77 ' -- 7: 4- g-1555.31 1 ,1 1 7 1' ,1 7 , ,fm 'fy Lf If ,Q 1 1 ' of ,KZ ,7 ,K 1f,.1,! ,f X X !,.1, 11.,11' 11' 4 771, , 7,,:777fj.- f X 7 X7 ax . 1. :1, -X Xi- -7L::1,'.Z',r,,'- ,,.-X-Q.: ', 1 f 1 ,1'7gf7!f77pj1711,7775 .W 7f 71f11!:,1f7,1 ,,.771171f1w 1 fy 11 1 ,L 7 jj 71-71, 7 7-71, 771: 1 7-1 101112117 1 'W V-4fXQf,,f,Xg1f 1 1 7 1 --1 3 'f11'-1111-3 -- 1 1 1 11 11 1124 X 1 -1:g,, N f 1, Q, ,1 ,, 7 1 9 W "" ' ' ' ' A"""'-' U " - '-- A ' .........., --X... .'.1.:.... , ,. .K ....-....--...-..-....-.., 1 .-,. -.- m,.-,.,.-,,..-..,.f..,-- - 1 . ' 1, f""'l?4 CAPTAIN MICHAEL J. HANLEY CAPTAIN MICHAEL J. HANLEY came to USS FORRESTAL from'duty as Commanding Officer, USS THETIS BAY CLPH-61, a jeep carrier which operated as a unit of the Amphibious Force Atlantic Fleet. FORRESTAL is his sixth command at sea. Previous tours in addition to the THETIS BAY have included command of Attack Carrier Air Group 181, command of two attack car- rier squadrons QVA-65 and VA-1753, and command of the Destroyer EscortiSCROGGlNS. He also served as Executive Officer of Attack Squadron 65 and the Destroyer USS DASHIELL CDD-6593. Other sea duty tours have included duties as Air Officer of the attack carrier USS FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CCVA-4255 as Operations Officer, Staff, Com- mander Carrier Division Twog and as Air Group Training and Training Officer on the Staff of Commander Naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet. Shore duty tours have included assignment to the Joint Chiefs of Staff as Navy member of the Staff Group in the Office of the Chairman and tours of duty in the Naval Air Training Command. Captain Hanley is a graduate of the National War College and the Armed Forces Staff College. He entered the U. S. Naval Academy in 1'936 from the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve and graduated in the class of 1940. He was captain of the basketball team in his first class year. Captain Hanley was born in Washington, D. C. He wears the Legion of Merit with Combat "V" for service in the Pacific Campaign in World War ll. Before taking command of THETIS BAY, Captain Hanley completed helicopter train- ing at Pensacola, Florida, and was designated a Navy Heli- copter pilot. Captain Hanley is married to the former Chris Nystie of Detroit, Michigan. Captain and Mrs. Hanley have two daughters: Susan, 20, and Michele, 14. The Hanley family will reside in Europe during the FORRESTAL's deployment. Q Vg S -W4-,hx Q? Q wg, N5-mx A G35-5, S ww WW W5 'rg -asf?-ngvwvwkwww fv sv-nv' vfiw-vgwg-we-wwxywgvar-nvw'g-gf-xytwg Q- vH-vZei-- V7--A--Q Y WH, q-wf,+'---A-- Q -,Jw ----'- x7-M.gv?,?!W- ' We W a N ws X .I '3 W ' W VE., Y my Q Q ii X N 5530, 1520 S 'V X A N N51 ff f Q XBNQSXX yy N 'Q EMS? 539, KK ii, ' 3 5 -4- . . ' ' t X x X K X . A Q Q Qt Xcix X SNS, R XS- 'Sa 'ff saws, , Nix .,satt,,.A QXQRQ. X XA. 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Fitton, young Fitton lettered in baseball and basketball in high school, and in baseball at Oberlin College. Entering the service in October of 1942, Aviation Cadet Fitton received training at Pre-Flight School at Iowa City, Iowa, and.at Corpus Christi, Texas, before receiving his commission as an enslgn on July 1, 1943. After commissioning, ENS Fitton was stationed at Naval Air Station in Miami, Florida, and received operational training as'a torpedo pilot. Two months later he was assigned to Composite Squadron 11 as a torpedo pilot, were he served for 23 months. From November, 1945, to August, 1948, he was with Training Squadron 11, serving as a torpedo pilot. In September, 1948, LT Fitton attended George Washington University, after which he attended the United States Navy General Line School at Monterey, California. Returning to sea duty, he ' served 18 months as Air Officer aboard the seaplane tender USS 5 GARDlNER'S BAY. After his tour aboard the GARDlNER'S BAY, LT Fitton served as Operations Officer for Fleet Air Service Squadron Four. ln May, 1953, he was assigned to the Naval Air Station Corry Field, Florida, 2 where he served as an Instrument Flight Instructor. Following this lv assignment, LT Fitton attended the Armed Forces Staff College at " Norfolk, Virginia, from September, 1954, to January, 1955, during , which time he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander. 1, After attending the Staff College, LCDR Fitton served as Operations Officer for Heavy Attack Squadron Five, and in November, 1956, he was assigned to the staff of Commander, Heavy Attack Wing One as Training Officer. In July, 1958, LCDR Fitton was promoted to his 1 present rank of Commander and in September of that year he was l named Director of Training for Heavy Attack Unit, Pacific. T From June, 1959, to May, 1961, CDR Fitton served as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of Heavy Attack Squadron Eight, T and from June, 1961, to January, 1963, he acted as Commanding Officer of Heavy Attack Squadron 123. 5 CDR Fitton is married to the former Jean Hamilton Pells of Rhinebeck, New York. The Fittons have two sons, Lawrence Rudd and Cyrus Andrew, and two daughters, Marcia Hamilton and Sarah Pells. They live at 112 Cardinal Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Q T ,T l A T T T l 57591-57.6-n11y7fY4.T'f"sf72""W 767751773767?3TV'f5V"i7'Z5'7i?Zi3:WWYW 4 'T7""'f'WfQ 11'f'mf3"7"-Aff-vffc-xrzuw"fff2fw7wf' wf...,y"T-v'f-WT.,Tfwfwwfn, V-.,,,..,,. ... .. . ,W-ww' ,WW Y f W Q , X 1 ., , f- 1tw:jT35.f,,', fiyfifl' 'f'w,lz',fMf.,w- T,.wk,1fW.'ffZffz,fQJgfwwfvfff,-'a,Qp4ZW.. .' f,-we fm, ww: rf L we Z ' :gg if , ff ay! , TMA. se ww-.pp Tw-.ff-T 1. W: ,f,-W-,myff T,fT - T ffT-ff Twfewcffwff fT .f..,TwT,fM-VKTWQMTMQWfwn,ff ve, fffws-QW Mm.. 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T ,.. ft 'A , , ff 'f 'WM ' fTfffff M' T fffuaf ,idx M.-fgfvf wffs f,w.f,.wJT V MJ M6-fm 40,0 mf w..T:f4.s.f-26 yr-sg ww.. ff-.J go- y a- Mfg.- , , f ' 1 f we f ff, ,fig wwiywhzfff, ,ff nffqf ,M ,Z V, W.Q,m!, ,, fgfyfff,-mv,-,,fffwy-W s,4,f,- ,ygagg 1 f.-,,f5,T4 ,,f,,4f, WJ, ,,.ffT,:f-Tf. ,ff f W, jf.. 2,9457 fg4,Tt,m1-ffg ,W TA. ,TfyT,.g.W 5 wCv,w:V.c,wT4 Tw. .,v..fw.,fT.TmeTv f.-,w..-iiffqw fm,.T-,.M..ww QT-sm M- ,rye-5, -w4z4af9wf,.vfj4'-fpT9ofa, , emu: 1 1 f ,L Jfizi-15 gif'-ffffy 7ffi2f4wfpw?w?,-M W f f f 1 ff ' ff ff e ff 7 X ' f f . .. ,KMA .4 ,,,.,a...,,f ,.Tft.,W,,,,a,,fff..m....f,.T4,,w...uM'.,W.:.w! f f I f ! l . COMMANDER ILLIAM F. CI-IAIRES CDR WILLIAM FRANCIS CHAIRES was born March 3, 1922, in Queen Anne, Md. The son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Chaires, he entered the U.S. Naval Academy in July, 1941. After graduating and receiving his commission in June, 1944, ENS Chaires served with the Pacific Fleet aboard the USS Bataan, an aircraft carrier, as the gunnery division officer from July, 1944, until December of the next year. After World War ll, LTJG Chaires became a student at the Naval Air Training Command, Pensacola, Fla. He earned his wings as a Naval aviator there and in July, 1947, left flight training to serve with Fighter Squadron 4B as the assistant maintenance officer. From VF-4B he became the personnel and assistant landing officer of another fighter squadron, VF-42, in July, 1949. In June, 1950, he was transferred to Air Development Squadron Three, in Atlantic City, N. J. The month after his arrival he was promoted to lieutenant and held billets as senior landing officer and assistant project safety officer before he left Atlantic City in July, 1951. His next assignment was with Fighter Squadron 172 in Jackson- ville, Fla., where he was the landing signal officer until he was relieved 5 in July, 1952. During his year with VF-172, he received the Navy Unit Commendation with Star for service on the aircraft carrier Essex during the Korean War. In August, 1952, LT Chaires went to Washington, D. C., as a mem- ber of staff of the Chief of Naval Operations. While in Washington he was aide to the deputy chief of naval operations for air and later for operations and plans. LT Chaires became a lieutenant commander in April, 1955. He left the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations to go to Fighter Squadron 61 in Oceana, Va. At Oceana, LCDR Chaires served 16 months as the operations officer and 11 months as the executive officer. After his 27 months with VF-61, he became a student at the Naval War College, Newport, R. l. When he left Newport in July, 1958, he proceeded to the staff of the Commander Naval Air Forces, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, He was air operations officer there for two years and received his present rank of commander a month before he left. Spending four months as a student replacement pilot with Fighter Squadron 101 at Key West, Fla., he served as commanding officer of Fighter Squadron 14 based aboard the carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt. ln February, 1961, he again reported for duty in Washington in the Strategic Plans Division of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. ln August, 1963, Cmdr. Chaires became a student in the National War College, Washington, D.C., and graduated in June, 1964. In September, 1964, he received his masters degree in inter- national affairs from George Washington University. Cmdr. Chaires has been selected for promotion to the rank of captain. iii X if,iff-5it'f.ff'51L5.'i r,.ei . wg'-fsgflixggv an-y yi-ff .e,I X , ii' i'i' iii' ,A,, 'i'if D D I I it ' g ',,-e L1 .r,-r.-..s ,.s. i.',. X .-i el-Sifif eer. T 'flflfl-if?fifii-f '5Tfi,Q iiffff- 517' 5 I X X , sisssei s.'..s ,.., . I f I 201 4, L.. .1 y I Y -.-, -w f y. 1-nh ! 1 W 3 4? 4 1 2 ' V J f f s f X , f f ' f X X X, X 0 1 f l ., f gf ' ' Q m 4 7 f , f J M , x NL 1 . ,f- X '7 fi ' ff ffW 0 f A f 2 , Y . 5 1 A 52 A 22? , Y , VM I wwff . W ,AMW vm f X , Iggy? EXECUTIVE CAPT R. W. BELOW Protestant Chaplain DEPARTMENT CDR R. F. BARLICK' CDR G. W. FULFER Catholic Chaplain Protestant Chaplain 203 Big Brother is watching You. - CEconomosJ Welcome cargo. - CBeIlJ Just sign here.. .and here. .. and here . . . - fEconomosJ Engineering thinks they run the ship but we know the mimeograph machine does. - CEconomosJ 204 Father Barlick consecrates the wine. - CMcSorleyJ A well stocked library . . . - CEconomosJ A memo from the chaplain is typed into the Plan of the Day. - CEconomosJ TV cameras intricate insides call for close scrutiny. - CEconomosJ 205 E E i 1 1 1 3 1 A 1 x 1 . I--1, LL --:-- f. :- . . cr.--'v,' 11:'-'1'-g- --- ..-- -1-Y - -'., -p-. - - -- - -------1 ,Y ' - -: ' .--4 - - 1-.1-vf-'1'-V-Z.::',':z1v-,ue'.e:r's::usn:zs' ' 47-zsingefwx-iso.--,Cerw.":1m-A-:ug :x.-:-14'f'n- 'rfeif-'--f. -.--. .. Q-. fa"-1:. Y-'V .v '. - Az. Us I NAVIGATION DEPARTMENT i , w CDR RUCH SPENCER SMITH CDR DAVID L. MUNNS DEPARTMENT HEAD DEPARTMENT HEAD 207 5 S E I Z 4 1 3 3 I E E a E i w E i 15 E 1 5 E 208 Just our luck . . . it's snowing in Cannes. - Civlercerj , We-MW And now a word from our sponsor. - CIV1ercerJ Steady hands upon the . . . wheel? - CMercerJ CMercerJ 209 I ,M f ' 1 ,, K' . A. ir .. f . "-W3 ,, "uf ' M' '- ww .r - -X, , 'fi M fy .. Q ' X vf. 4 1, EES '2'f556Fi ' , 3?-,1jgk,4:-,, V f VI , 4 ,w x ffk yg ' f - Jfrvx. ff j iw ' ' X f W I1 1 1 ' f " fi X f If 2 f W f wfsum MEDICAL and DENTAL DEPARTMENTS CAPT CLIFFORD H. PRINCE, JR., DC CDR STUART RAGLAND, MC 2 3 Microscopically speaking, he's okay! - CBeIlJ Now let's try it again as you think about Jayne Mansfield! - CEconomos3 212 Freckles on your tonsils, too? - QEconomosD " ' ATN! . of Xt, Whai do you mean it's your first injection? - fEconorn0SD a What chart? CEconomosJ rt. Q P if w N 4 W N 1 I r ff , Q2 ik YQ 1 ,,-....... 'x H,-4 We'II have to take a closer look. - CPhotos by Belly 4y4.,f,4.W: i WM fx .f , f.---N ,. 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I: N , W 1 w 1 4 1 14 av -1 lv- H5 Q ! -n ll YU 3 I E v W ' 1 9 I -E-fri ? 1- - J ' 2 I i F 220 Whaddya mean, Snow White's the fairest of them all? - CECONOVTIOSD Q i I I Y -Aw-W ff'-f-----f-H ..,.1H. , . . . ,. . V, .,,, -..-N.: -,.2.., .vs hm -meg. , 1--,-..........-,..-,,,.,,-, I r 1 f 1 'u , E. A .4145 'fi l if Pencil ushers . . . ' ' p . . . and position plotters. - CPetersonJ 221 222 vw X LX Vrfif. 'Q ,- gtg? .ev L1 r, X 4 4 A V fi' 1 ' "?I2? A"i1-5-,P i V s r i 1' Careful testing . . . . . . and minute adjustments . . . -5 3 5 IU' . . . to intricate wiring . . . . . . based on accurate references. 1 - CPhotos by Mercerj l 223 2 M is A schedule is consulted. - CMSYCGVJ 224 Contact is made with a listening pilot. - Qivlercerj An aircraft's position plotted. - QMercerJ H513 RIGHT HERE! fl thinkj - CMe'ce0 4 V1 nj! fl , x, 15? 11 ,1 f 1 5 l l rf' llfffvq 225 Editor extraordinaire. - CZabaskaJ Slowly add 500 grams of sugar . . . 0 X . Air intelligentsia. - CEconomosJ 7 226 - Cwoodroffej Quick, look intelligent. They're taking your picture. - Cliconomosj Mr. Mac repairs a lens. - CFeIkerJ . . .the quick brown fox jumped over. . . - fMercerJ We all licked the hot cigarette habit. - CFelkerJ V -'--- -.-.-.V--.... .. , . W... M... And I don't mean maybe. - CEconomosJ 227 iv HH! s f f Q. x 1 xg NI 'WL' 'ah I1 ' nw' '..94, nf? W rv" psf' . Q rv" ,OC 9' nl' L H3 'xi ,ur 1" W n ...N :1 ,..,, ,r..q,m , i- , gli --.L I fl .3 1. 1 fp US 'Q xi W ' 'I IL in 'lag IQ' , raft -"5 f.: H 'W' 1291 f,'2'17 f H Tl, I I nun pd"- 9 '-ll IC' fc. UG ,111 I9 yg, .rt- n.r 9 I-lr' f .PZ 4 In .Ts H K,11jO- Q .Ik is x O 51 2 X . if X, 1 QQ. 1 QS NR ,Q lf' IC' Ready t I COMMUNICATI ONS DEPARTMENT L , CDR BYRON PRICE DEPARTMENT HEAD . d CM D k 229 230 New f f I I J , r r 1 M, r , r ' 1 2 , , M I lf, r' ,,,, - j-o.,,,,..,-,f y N- 'Q' 1 All I need's a trumpet to be a regular one man band. - CPetersonJ on 5 It's got to be in here somewhere. - CPetersonJ An international network. . . not SMERSH . . . but HAM. - CPetersonJ , :R ' .f I II I II I Every time I dial Operator, I get the Captain! - CPetersonJ Where's my change? - CPetersonJ I , ,gy I Kung size screw driver fPetersonJ Back from Marlboro Country CPetersonJ 23 GS 232 Ever vigilant. - KFeIkerJ - f' ll .55 mv, ,f 3 fi W 4 ' 4517: ,:' ' XE, , . Tr ,1,L,.- ' fvq--me e- , av 9 S 5 S l We'll run it up the flagpole and see who salutes! - CMercerJ Flag filing. -- CMercerJ sf li l L S 1 I , Sir, it says we're in the Pepsi generation! - CMercerJ ' ' 233 X J f x 3 Q f 3 F Q, v ! 5- WEAPONS W. ,X r k DEPARTMENT 1 , x n", fl X L F F 4 J 2 R H CDR GEORGE E. NUBER, Jr. DEPARTMENT HEAD qPntbyPt J A Q 235 l ll ll fl ll Il .3 lg l , 5 Z ll ' 1 i ll Sl e kl Do they really expect us to pull that big ship all the way up here? - QPetersonJ l il S ,li , , - , J . . '-,I " ' If " '-,k:y5:Lff7':.E.-'-:1-43f'w1,,fvx,:4--:--'- ..- .:. 4-'..A,g,-,J-.-..,L-w ,z-.Hg zz:-V' -:aff-Af:-., f,.' . Y ,..--, ,, " -L "Lf ann: V4.4 ' ' - - ' 'fu : - fx J" vv4fi v' Q- if 'ifhwl--r -5 -r' "' 7",7fJA' '71""ifi-.:f,'l? 'f'J-'a,' .:!i":a' 4 "'1f Y ' GQ, V K C-.-u,,-'I 'J :.' ,5 -1 'mm . -L 4 XL, . - 1,:-Q:-::L,.1.?:f:1::.Q.u.:.:.f a:.:.-bLT9f:::iv,1g-94:':e:q- :..:Sz1:,1'-xii: ' W 4 ,ww Wai Chain gang. - CKenney7 A band member comes aboard by hiline. - CPetersonJ 2400801415 mlm The anchor takes a shower. - fBartonJ x 'KJ fEconomosJ 237 .-sm ' ,gi 1,-:J7 s ' ' ' M 4.,, .-.4 .3:.:4.-fn. - ...N---,.-,,: , ......l.,.4...-n. 'f.:,-L?iiJ.:.L3..l,-' 5.33.57-:.1-.i-QQ-,E.-f lQ..j',-.5 ' 1:L..:,L.L.i4:."-LgL3L-'Q3'4.k3,J,-12 ,..,,- --4g. 414- . "" 'VLQE-L'4T'i:j'l1.,-..V. """' ' ' ,gf i 1 nd r A+ i ax , ,fi -AA! M ,4-Ol J.. . 5 -65,5 ',Q'., 238 Boyscouts! - QPhotos by Mercerb l I I 'N,,.. QQ. I Q 1 5 f 5 4 Vhgffjf ., ,f wa ,Afw,Q,,.,w',a1g:f'-f.'4p,ffU, x 32 54 , W,,.,f ,,,. , 74472 f 6447 QM? XV ia ,QZf?5,9f?,f f. 55, 1-. .fggp ,kfvfv hf- , 0,,,f,..f -W--,, - K A f Q 45 0. ff. if, 6,4 'W 4 Y ff! M ,091 X- 45 W , ' , V Q JN X yi. ,,x. - . 'Y Q S1 .. xl X, 'W ff' ' -r ww ,z M, """E K1 A , X .,1f?whmjf.?S,,x M Q -HL gli " :D ,1 ' N 5 ' 01:71 1 I I ' ,',',,mUKX5g1'w X ,A xflfi -- 'Q xv, b IM, xt . 4 gx Q A ..s.Lvi-4-Ng 'SA ' ,. , , +. .U 3 ,Ja . -1' Q-, ,ug Q ,Q . sex? 'ww WWI? 154 ' .W , 'f fwlliy gil. -lim fx ,I f 1' x 19 ff f,M,'f"1fLfff?f5, l -,ff qi., W 4, 23 M7-Q '1 35734, ,Q M f, X . 'igwxf.:f-X353 mf ,WJ fn!-15 waxy, .,,ff Cf"f?4 2 qi A V iq ' i i -vu. 1' w r A Q f 'vu ' ' ''-2agwv-1.1-,yfli,,,,,f,Af5:g:v1,"ff,,,- X , Flashlight repair. - CMercer5 ,vw , W x Painting can be a messy job. - CPetersonJ This is one way of getting rid of paperwork. - CPetersonJ 240 4 igliigand paint and chip again! - fVPetersonJ Connecting the monkey link. Getting ready for Livorno. - QMercerJ 24 Away all boats ,N- if Nr' "' " -,ug ax.. W 5 Qi! 50 aff 1' f 3 6 f'- V452 if efzi :GA y +4 2 ,ff , I 3 in , 1 f X X Wg Q! ff ff! 4th Division . . . and mighty proud to say it! - QPeterson7 Navy . . . grey? - CEconomosJ K :ai Patchwork. - CSoIdaviniJ 43 243 W .5.v E 4 I e 3 J L 1 J, :ff ,- A3 2 , mf! w Q! MA x QM 1 244 On target. - CPSYGVSOVO vn- XR XXXX X X X A Giddyap! - CSHIJ QPetersonJ CEconomosQ Poof! There goes perspiration. - CFelkerJ 245 f ay- 44 1' 1 .1 , OO ,wif X 1, W ws-3 4- ww fr X W. ww, ., , 2 4 My X ', ,, ,gif f z X wx Q A 9 6 X A S s k,v5g.-..-4,-,, . , 1 ' k ' . 4' -5-41, :4.,:,:31Q2541-Q':.i:f.:g:1rf,::Lgg--1955:' Aa,-:::-7,-I -,,:..,1.-1... ,gi . .1f:, 1 1.,.,,. -,, -.f,-.I .-..-,,,.-v,. , ,,, . 4 , 'f ' " ' -- 1 -' - - ., ' " '-'rf' v.-if-I-'-135'-aiufffic.'-1'3?fi-:.f.'f'fQE'2i'.:L--g-'vf5g,5f:fgg-3'- .+2'?-Pffnwpj'-ffm,-1:5.1-21:-1' ,fgv-'-:rf-Wi, -f ', 5 f- 5 ' ,. , f f , - f, " " ' ' ' ' ' " -'- M- V- '--"1 ':f-- f--ff---:-f--.v-- -f f,-V.-U.--. 4--4 L, fn- .,,, ...ft ,-,, ,,,,,:,,,..,, , ,,,, 1, , , ,I V V V ,A A .v, A 4 . ' ' ' ' -. - " - .- ' ' '- V1--.p Y :fr 15,111 --f,-Q 1.-31+ -.1 ,ff --:A-:L,.f.,, 4. -,L-g.K?, ,..,,,,5--,-.,,,,, WI., ,U ,,..-.,, ,J , M A ,N Q - 7 , F U K v,ew-1fXfw'N- - W NH -LM - - 51111-f-5, -,--g:,,-,3:-1ff:T- I-ww-1-...-f:.,..J, -M... ,..-.,..,.......,.- , K, ,....,, , .,.H,,, , Y, , Y V H A W V W mr Y , , V ' -' '- N- +""fQff'f-ttf" 'ff Iifffafeil:-3i?T 1 T-EE?TZ95':F'Efif'-" Y-f -'Q-:izuz-mfr-3.21-5:4 1--W m-ff -.---,-.3 a:..:72i L22-r' A"":::::g,:.1:11., , As good as the Rockettes! - CMercerJ This just came in from the Armorer for you, CDR Bond. - fMercer5 j6,.r .,,,, . . vm-WMA U-MY, , 247 iPhoto by Mercerj It's a bird . . . it's a plane . . . - CPetersonJ J f 1 -. 1 x 1 A . . . yeah, I know . . . it's Superman! - CPG-ztersonj Number, please. - fPetersonJ I V w X L 1 x W x i , f 4 4 ! 1 X 1 a 9 1, gf What channel is Bonanza on? - CPetersonJ 5 5 E2 1 1 a 249 j 4 V. -nw x " naw .- ..:.,.4..Qzs,f-5 , ,wg i i i i 1 Z A. iii l . F W , W Q fn i Bo are they going to be surprised when they pull this! - fEconomosJ 250 On nice days, we walk them in the park. - fPeterson7 ! Bomb loaders. -- CBeIl3 , . , V - -- , ,. ,A , ., .A , . , I Yf,.,.A-41,-.,An::Qu--'---4----'-:-f-"1':'fT:-'-'1":"' 7-'Z?Ql,LLfvY--.,.-vI,J,U.-i..,'1.,,.-awww. . ,:-:.-.-- :mugs p--.-- rf' fi -:.:.,,:Afg, :,,y:V:1fL ifym 1 ,ggxgf M,,,x, . . V TW, . .M-.qjf,g-:ig 15:11 5.541:vii-i1133'ff3-E "Ei 2'1i3iE?3'1E221ze:1',1521az1as7 aazaiaiz f5Ife1f1:5vi251f1?f-1-V W1 '- 11-3l+:'--fi 1 , if it I' , x Q1 r ' 1 We know our guns lnslde out CEconomosD Rigging bombs for Air Ops. - CBGHP Qnicmx .. ,md i' , 111 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1:11 1 1 ,ii 11 x 1 s 11 1 Mfg. 4 "7"W'-mf 111 1 AMW, I 1 1 1 1 iizioxffixsf Q 1 2221 1 1 1 if , 1 gf 1 me 5191111110211 fi 1 'g. 1 11 1 1 12 1 11 I ' 1.1 , 1 1 A11 1 111 1 51 . 1 511 7 1. ugz 1 1 1ff 1 4 1 111111 s ' .' H1 111111 1 ff' 111 1 ,l . , 1,31 111 X 1 1,1 ' 1111 11, " 1, EV 11 41 1 ,1 111 , " 1 "' 11 if ' 1' '211 ' 1111 '1 , 111 1 '1 11 f 11 111 ,111 1111 111 1 Hey, it was the right one! - CEconomoSD 1 1 ff 15 14m gn. 1 Q 'Q 1' 1114 1 ,1 210 - 1 . ff I ' 'Q . 1 at animal 1 . ,-:ta 1 f 1 4 .1 "Nf"',-14. 11 - 9 1,-1 '. 1 1 1,1 . 1 1 1 . fa 1 1 1 1 11 1 , I - ...-gf-4"" , ,1 CPhoto by Economosj flu- 1 - ' 1 1 1 a f Are you sure this is the right aircraft. - QEconomos5 1 1 ,L 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , F 5 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 ik 1 11 ' i 1 1? - 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 We 1 1 1 1 I1 1 Now, there's an expensive flashlight. - CEconomosJ 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 252 11 1 1 1 71 1 ,1 111 111 J11 11 if 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 111 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1', ' 1 111 .1 1 1 1 11' 11 .E 1 111 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 M I 1 1 1 1 . 1 1111 , ,.,.f..- - 1 1 11 1 ' ' E . 'ff VQ'-if-1:1--1141?-ff:i'2:5f'x::f12523254 ,":'2'P?51EH1.'I'ii"'fSfZi5Li5'55'Jff2?4?2f5257-'f"E5f'?-:?'1 5' ' - 1 " " r' ' ' ' V , . . "1 .. .. ,: .5-: ,f ., - - 'Z ,, ":A. - -,, Q W Wu ,-'-1 f 7.3. .' 1151155-f"T fZ't":-'-ri-jAi'7i31-ll'-?'L'f' ryhf " V - A--' -if-4,..,1l,-gx-1-17.3 1 , gf - -4- A,1,,iLh, ..-3.71 Lg .V 3.-,L 1, ,, 7 Y- , , ,, . , , - -A. - . -.--. . ,.- .- - --. V. , .--,,..-..- .... -......N.,....-A ..m.-..t T .....x,,,,,,,,f j,g,..' j',,.,,g,,, 51,2 ' H'-'-M 1jj, j 3--5--'-1:-gi-73, -A -1 iPhoto by Economosb 253 i ii wb M 14 f i fi i 242. me 'izgli 2,3 , . it 5 2' f 355 3 .,, 5 I I i U i i i 254 i i i CLASSIFIED Like I said, it's Classified. - CPetersonJ CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED 255 ' 5. I I V 1 5 1 1 K Y Q' V + N V ff fx ff X X f mudihfdffw U f f, 1 W mf a - I , M ,fx i . AIR DEPART CDR OWEN H OBERG DEPARTMENT HEAD 257 'FQ , H 1 f : Q ,3E 'i Q , ' F ,E m Q ' 2 ,' L, iw. i gv 1 E 5 E n , I - , 1 1 ' . 1 ' 2 E 2 Q: lx .- 1 , T1 1 W , 1 1 , I ' W , i 1 D I , Q - ' , I , , 1 . , , Q . . I . ? 8 E ffifj, 5 E AEDD ' f ' . - . E i D D I Iufflfl ,EEE r ' -L 3 A 1 f ' b 4 5 - ' Q fy -41 - ' X- I W - W - ' I I ' G V 1 3 i , ' ' 5 . ' E I - l 4 E E Q . ' I . ' 1 I D 1 I , V I i . ' 5 D 1 77 E 1 1 . l ' W K 'W ' ' 1 'E . w I I . . f uf A D I ff 3 D E' D Q i i 1 i i 3 . 3 1 5 Q s e E i KE 258 - Q Status symbols. - CPetersonJ We'd better get this mess picked up before the Captain sees it Oxygen cart. - Welker? Moving an A4B the hard way. - CFeIkerJ MH iiimui i .gt , , fliconomosb The wings of an ASB unfold as the aircraft receives the signal to launch. - CPhotos by Belly fx Retriever. - CFGHYQV7 Hookup! - CFelkerJ 260 Bridle party. - Qfelkery A Willy Fudd is hooked on , . . - QFelker5 X 1 fj29':?" ' ' .' ' "U" I W ,nr o oo 7 -Aff,--f. 1 . ,L V bk, JUL A-. 11.27 Egg, . w 02 X V227 , 177467 X ' in QSW ,lf f fx S- K 4 .4 P , O' 1 N A J' 4' 1: 1 ...S :5 L r " ,I ' A w ' ., --"' ,' . , 5 h , Y, ' ' fx X 'x X V V-2 crews check the tension on the bridle of an A3B six- and hook up an F8C prior to launch. - CPhotos by Felkerj 'TTTTTYH i ,id f +1 sf-U . 'iff X , D f'-aw? 4f..'fyi 'Sli -4 i i 262 ,, w - Wf -Q , ,f .X f,s..V,....1m., .,,.-f,....Y A sleek jet is readied for the ascent to the flight deck. - CMercerJ Going up? - QMercerJ .MN i-',1,Zlv.Qg,,, ff ,anus 7 igjz., f' fw ilu. g 1 :,I iq 0 J 1 i W ' 1' I . Ii I gi I II tx II 1 fi I I I A Vi 21-1 ,US ,I EI 1 I JHI Ii If p. '14 , I ,QI LI V, I II I I I I If ,I L 'I II IIE I II I II Il II II E I ,TI I NI 'I Ii I I F 'I I I ' I I I 1 I I I , I Gas sampler. - CFelkerJ And now gentlemen, I propose a toast! - fFeIkerj . txxx ! h I Refueling . . . that s our job! - CFeIkerJ - ,. QW X . -aw M "' ,L...-1 p4""we .w""'Z Refueling an A4B's droD tank- " Welker, 265 me V- , W Ms ..--- ,,1,1...-,, Too bad but you need three more copies. - CEconomosJ This reminds me. . .did you hear the one about the elep 266 WG? Last entry '57- - CFelkerD - - ---H AA '- '- ' -' -La Txzrg' iv w 2491-4 T' nf J J! 1 X' 1 Engine Shop. - CPhotos by Economosj What's the matter, you afraid of snakes? - CFeIkerJ 4 267 'K ff " fl ,f f' fm 04 114, V-"""' f ww if 'MW r"""f rw. W ,J If f f f, - - 1185 l fix X x- w .W M f fy x Q ZW R 1 M f fl wan. K 1 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 1 x 1 CDR RICHARD E. FLYNN DEPARTMENT HEAD 269 - V -- "wwf-Y ' N + 4 1 7i17 i 'il uns.. Nei-11 iPhoto by Soldavinij See Joe, he crawled right in there! - QSoldaviniJ 270 e222'E'iHi?? are-1fZ'5?:' ' TNT' 1' ' T'f' f'ii54'f'M" f '-'mu'15':'k"1fi1Wfesf:ff?s'z:.f:Q ,-,.a"-Q---' 7 J Boat Shop. - CSoIdavlnlJ Checklist. - CSoldavinij Measuring oxygen purity. - QSoldavinij , if 272 You better call the bridge. I thin Lighting off. - CBelD k it's gonna blow. - fBellJ - fn: Fr'-f pa- ..-, - -...f-f-,Q- , ,gf JL, ,- .'f'1,-'ffi-.31 i.'1-, . f.,,, . .f-gy, uf, V ---, V Y, W, Y YA, YW V - , ' .my-4 .,..1.-..,.f,-..,:....L.,.L-,...Q,...,T...,.,..,.,-i'.: it 1 7.5.1414--551 .WW is ,A , ,i A In U i i vz:1,?,.0v, I iPhoto by Belly Look Ma, this is me . . . twice! - CPhotos by Bellj 273 J gli TILT! - QBeIlJ Lollabrigida tonight. - CEconomosJ This new digit dialing will drive me crazy. - CEconomosJ 274 wwf' 1 .. f'r'-R401-.v ' X K, . I , 1 . ga 1 Q, My. .. , ,, .5.- A-1--. '- Hollywood awaits CEconomosJ iPhoto by Economosj Do you think it'Il make coffee? - CKenneyJ 275 - . ,gr W , 1 . 1 i 1 l Y w X-3 Y . u I I I -I . 4 I W I 6? I I . I I N 1 w P . i Q 2 i l 1 U i 1 x, 5 Y 1. 1 .H-A T ! Guess that's tic-tac-toe! - fBeIIj i fPh0t0 by Belly 4 276 1 I'm a genuine clock watcher. - CBeIIJ 2 - 1005 W Q5 -Q-'W .J 278 CBurchar'dj i CPetersony CSoIdavinil 1 fu A H ' + l , , :' Z I Q L 1 . ! I fPhotos by Soldavinij I R X i ' K N 1 1 I 1 i '1 279 W N N ,f Paese 4. WN fywiy X XA 4 4X ,J M. X X X X X X. X. 9? " X f 2, Q?',.,Xf , A I Y . XX, 1 L X X X XXX X x XX XX .X K K Tw 'SX X X Q X X XXX' Y X K x X, , XX.iXX5N NN A X X XX X1 X" ' . X . X X X X NX X XXX. X X X X X. X .XXX XXXXX gQ A XX X XX ,XX X XX X X. X 1 fXXXXXyXXX RXXXXXXXYXf sf XXFXX. X YS X7' X X. X1 .XXX,.X XX X X XX XX' XX X XZXXXXX. X, . X. X X XX X. XX XXXX. X .X X x X XXX X .QXXXXXX X ..,XXXXg X X X X 'XX X . XX .N Xifli XXX. XXX XNXXXSY XX. X XX X .X X XXX if X XX X X X XX XX X .1 XX XX 'XXXQXL X 1 . XXX XXX XXX., x XX X Xi. k X11 X X XXXXXA X XX X XX 'XX . fx X x XX XXXXXXXS X .X XX X -,XXXXXX XX XXXWX X . XX. N . XQ ' X X XX X XQX. X XXX X X XXXXXXX X XX X XX X. X X XXXFE X Qi SX X R Q. X xX.XX X X X XX. XXXQXXX X X X .XXX XXX XX A QNXX.fXX'5XXX.'.'XXX'X 5X X X X X.X XXX XXX X X XXX ' X. 'X XXXX XNNX XXX I X X . X X X ,XX X X X ' X XX X X XQN .X EX j X X x XX XXX XXXXA .. X XX XX X X XXX XX X XX X XXXXXXXXX XX XX XX! XXX XX. XX XXXN N X XX X XXXX XXX . X X X X . X X XS XXXX XX X N . X X XX X XX XX X XX ,X XX XXXX X X., .X X WN X SUPPLY DEPARTMENT 7 V' kos CDR Davis makes a point. - fEconomosj L . i 5 J S I i I I i i i i f , f Getting supplies from GSK-1. - fFeIkerJ 282 GSK-1. - gre-:ken X 'vw-"VM" -4-i 'ilk' I W 1 X' It's always in the carton on the bottom! - fMcAlisterj Now join wire D to wire X at point A. . . - CFeIkerJ We'II hide it here and no one will know. - CFelkerJ qfgv-Z,,,,-gZ, V Qf , if 4-fi .fm , 'ffwp 1-"' f' . f - f :U -,Q ,,..m,-' , -ff ,- , , , , f , , ,, K, . , ,., , , f ff,-P-'Z f , , S-2 office staff. Meat men. - fCoIIinsJ 284 If it bounces, use it! - QZabaska5 iPhoto by Collinsj ' Cement mixer . . . puffy, PUUY - - - ' fzabaskab It even feels real! - CEconomosJ 23 The Cobbler Shop- - CFQIKG0 Promotion. - CPetersonJ 286 4 .J A little off the top, a lot off the sides. - CEconomosj , M 64 ' X of V 55' Then pull your hands out. . . quick! - CEconomosJ If Mother could see me now! - CEconomosJ , l . , ! n 0 A Q73 287 I I FJQMC ' " X l . l l l fyffi? 3 yl l ll l 1 'E l Eli e 3 ? , 1 E ' S I I l l 1 l l l l l l l n 4 4 f 46 Med money. - QPetersonJ Looks like they caught us red-handed. - CPetersonJ 288 ex y fr ,X KX' ego AX -Bilxlz EN - X N,g.Xy,, iPhoto by Collinsj 7' "ww- ,M un. Z? af K 1 ff Q J 1 This is one line we don't mind standing on. - CColIinsJ It's gotta be in here somewhere. - CCoIIinsJ That's all mine! - fCoIIinsJ .n,,. ff, +- 'Q-.. .qgs LQ 'J A sticky Subject. - CEconomosp think we'iI skip it tonight. - CEconomosJ The spaghetti king. - CEconomosJ 290 SGS - -'-.'- -' ' f:-A 1. -J : ng,-.:.f.:Y.--:gg-f,g:L 5.255-4---:ig:mfg--14'---afar'-..' - 5-.1-,'..,L-7:-f:,'-Q, V-11'--1-.. rp- -, uf, 1 1, . , , - , - Y 'z 1 , Y, ' - , '-1 . -, ' 4 '.,. V j ., ', ' ' 1. - ff f' 'lf V " 1 ' L. -v EQQEZ: irf- filllllf-Qfi'IZ-l"1i ,fI1Z'f-3?7.1i21iLL.' l"".' + Ji:15'L" 1"' T :'f?flQ. "" if f of- " 'Z-,il 3 fl' 11 -' 99' -5' fi :A ' ' 1.5 ' 1. ' ' ' , 1" Y wx T' 'L "' 'T' ' Ti- ' - ".:1:i1'il3:'..'.1-1".ZL --4-"Q-' ' I . il. IL.'T.l. i , ,, .., ..1,........,...,. . ... Y . , V- JL,-l,,,i . f,..-.-.- ,-,--...F if-.-fy.. an-. 1 1-f .- :..':Q::,z.g.44:,f:m" '.1-rf' .1:m':::f:-:.:f.gr:,.1 .i:f1M-'A-'1-iw: 1-11 1"rff:'.-,.'.' :..:" .' ' ' 'r!'.:.' :L -A1 f'- --'-- '1'--5-9"-? n nga. Looks good, but what is it? - CEconomosJ fphoto by EcOnOm0S7 Gracious living. - fEconomosJ iz.-fl 292 What's this about a Boeing 707? - CMercerJ Lets' see . . . her number is MA 7- . . . - QPetersonJ dnvlslon of dustungulshed men CMercerJ igtri Sow fry .if- X K Right in Bin 26 all the time! - CPetersonJ Sorry, you only have eight copies. - CMercerJ f V. 'x I . L , 1 , Q s 4 Somehow it just doesn't add up. - fPeterson3 f' f 293 9 u . W4-14 if 5 fx g 1- if ' ' j if Q f X '. , Q 5 Y xm . , f . U Q1SQwWQ,..,,wmf kgw..a-QA-vw-f-..v.m x 5' ' ' ,Q ' fl J 5 f ,M P M P 4 , X X Q- 5 f Xe Q 5' Y' u Sv a . .,:.'. 4. - 'fi' CARRIER AIR WING EIGHT CDR JAMES W. NANCE CDR PAUL E. SPENCER COMMANDER CAW-8 COMMANDER CAW-8 30 November 1964 295 1. 3-3 P R CDR E. C. FRITSCH CDR J. L. UNDERWOOD VAH-6 VAH-6 CDR G. V. GREGORY VA-81 CDR N. A. CASTRUCCIO VA-8 1 CORR C THOMSON JR CDR F B BROMLEY COL S H CARPENTER VA 83 VA 83 VMA 331 he 4' all W W E, I . b 'WM vkkvwmxwxzaswy - , vi , , ,, 'J 1 ,. -......, ' S 0 '?f:f.f1:'-L.f'.' lf' 1 z-1.'f',f'5'-851257323 14.12".-"Q-"'g.lf.1., , . .. ' , 1: ,L f' -,,I,1,-...1 A' - f - -- i ' tgggg- f--4' -4 Q.: .., 5.7 -7 1,-N--Z ,t-iv--1,'f-PAr::f,-if"jf"1' fn- -- ff- -X-U -f U -ff 1-f -' -X "' 'f H" -' -' - - f - -- r: M 9, WM' CDR C. A. RANK VF-74 CDR H. GERHARD VF-103 i i CDR T. HAYWARD . 5 VF-103 1 S LCDR w. c. LARRY VFP-62 Det. 59 ' LCDR R. KINCAID VAW-1 2 298 i i ...X , 1 , K J, Nw. ff- Ihs,K71"N-- --f- -- .N-.... '-.-.-.V Q-r -J J r'-' '- Z 'I , H, ,.., ,1-gm, L. I LCDR L. L. STEPHENS LCDR D. G. HARTMAN VAW-33 HU-2 i Tire Shop. - fEconomosJ Q . I l 3 YI E xi I :J .i 1, ti ll lil 21 Ordnance Shop. - CEconomosQ 4, I ii :I llililiiiaiii qEc0n0m05p Parachute loft. - fEconomosJ Heavy Attack Squadron SIX CVAH-65 was originally formed as Composite Squadron SIX CVC-63 in January 1950 at NAS Moffett Field, California. In June 1950 the unit was transferred to NAS Patuxent River, Maryland where they operated the AJ "Savage" and P2V "Neptune" aircraft. The squadron deployed detachments to the Mediterranean where they operated as units of the SIXTH Fleet. In October 1952 the squadron returned to the Pacific Coast to NAS, North Island at San Diego, California where it remained until January 1958. While the parent squadron was located in Southern California, detachments were .de- ployed at NAS, Atsugi, Japan and aboard attack carriers of the SEVENTH Fleet in Western Pacific waters. ln July 1956 the squadron was redesignated as Heavy Attack Squadron SIX CVAH-65. Heavy SIX moved to NAS, Whidbey Island, Washington in January 1958 and transitioned to the A-3 Skywarrior aircraft. Late in that year Heavy SIX became the first Pacific Fleet Heavy Attack Squadron to deploy to WestPac aboard a CVA as a unit. The squadron pioneered the development of air refueling and buddy bombing tactics with the A-3B aircraft. Prior to joining Attack Carrier Air Wing EIGHT in FORRESTAL CCVA-593 in May 1964, the squadron had com- pleted SEVEN deployments with the SEVENTH Fleet aboard USS RANGER CCVA-613. Avionics Shop. - CECOVIOUWOSJ Mechanics CEconomosJ Z' CEconomosJ Metalsmiths. - fEconomosJ CMcAIisterJ Electric Shop. - CFeIkerJ 301 lk Parachute rigger. - QEconomosJ 302 CEconomosJ. Wllle il Attack Squadron 81 had its origin in July of 1955 when FITRON 81 was commissioned as an all weather interceptor squadron. In January 1956, 81 was assigned a new mission and sailed with the USS F. D. ROOSEVELT to the Mediter- ranean in support of the growing Suez Canal crisis. Upon returning, the squadron was reassigned as a fighter squadron and later, in 1958, once again received a change in mission when it became an attack squadron fly- ing the A4D for special weapons delivery. The "Crusaders" departed Norfolk in July, for their fourth Med cruise with the Forrestal, under the command of CDR Grover Gregory. CDR Nick Castruccio who had been serving as Executive Officer took over command 6 October 1964 when CDR Gregory departed for a tour of duty aboard the newly-commissioned USS AMERICA. -A ' A W , i ,. if I? .11 i Radar aitimeter Avionics Shop. - fEconomosJ :f I i I . Linemen. - iEconomosJ Electronics Shop. - CEconomosJ 4 I f 1 Aviation metalsmiths. - CEconomosJ ADJ. - QEconomosJ Admin- '- CECOHOVUOSP Radar. - CEconomosJ i -14 4 1 'Z 1 ff 1 i 4 l Wllle tl Attack Squadron EIGHTY-THREE, originally Fighter Squadron 916 of the Naval Reserve, was called to active duty in April 1950. In September, 1951, VF-916 moved to the Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia which has been its home base ever since. lt was redesignated VF-83 in February of 1953 and then in April, 1955, Attack Squadron 83. lt is now one of the first squadrons to fly the new A4E, the SKYHAWK, equipped with the latest improvements enabling it to de- liver weapons in darkness and inclement weather. ln July, ATKREON 83, the "Rampagers", deployed to the Med aboard USS Forrestal, and in November, LT F. J. Barr of VA-83 recorded Forrestal's 100,000th arrested land- ing. Forrestal was the first post war attack carrier to reach this figure. ln December, CDR R. G. Thomson, Jr. was relieved by CDR F. B. Bromley as Commanding Officer. ., I, I, f , ,, uw , V I jj I., 3 K ' l' 94,1 ,W 'ff W ,. , lv, 4 ff ., any-fix: .. gi , fl, ., 4. if iw ff f f , , f I' Any of you guys know what this is? - CEconomosJ Avionics Shop. Parachute rigger. - CEconomosJ Hook it in tight! - fliconomosj 304 G -fa.- -'ir White walls they want, white walls they get! - CEconomosJ 5 f . ' . vw, K . ' . "N-he , t-.ri'.f'T '?1 .. ' ' 4 X xi Just plane paperwork. - Cliconomosj Ji. -Q- l iPhoto by Economosj l l iPhoto by Economosy 305 306 WMMEQQU Marine Attack Squadron 331, commanded by LT COL S. H. CARPENTER and based at Marine Corps',Air Station, Beaufort, South Carolina, had to travel extensively to prepare for the Mediterranean deployment. The Squadron was reformed in July 1963 and had just begun their normal training cycle for Marine Attack Squadrons when they received word off their pending deployment. ln order to be prepared for the cruise, 331 had to leave their organizations, Marine Aircraft Group 31 andthe 2d Marine Aircraft Wing and travel to MCAS, Yuma, Arizona for weapons training. Their return from Yuma was direct to Page Field, Parris Island, South Carolina and into the SATS CShort Airfield for Tactical Supportj set up there as part of Quick Kick V. This exercise was followed closely by carrier qualifications and addi- tional training at NAS, Oceana, Virginia in final preparation for becoming an integral part of Carrier Air Wing EIGHT. Tireman. - CEconomos7 Even planes get flats. - fFelkerJ Radar. - CEconomosJ Parachute riggers. - CEconomosJ , . Elm JT? Z7 if Mounting a practice bomb on an A4B. - CFelkerJ 1f,-I 'J . f .'1 .I Technical library. - CEconomosJ F5 emi CPhoto by Economosj ur ,f -73 V ,Q ,f Pilots brief. - CEconomosJ Quality control. - Cliconomosj e 307 l.lFEWQl Maintenance man. - CEconomosJ , ' Ordnance man. - CEconomosJ Tactical air navigation. - QEconomosJ 308 Fighter Squadron SEVENTY-FOUR was originally com- missioned as fighter Bomber Squadron TWENTY during World War ll. After its commissioning the squadron flew the famous F4U Corsair against the Japanese, it was also during this period that the squadron nickname, BE-DEVILERS, was adopted. When the violence in Korea broke out, the BE-DEVILERS joined the action flying a later version of the Corsair, the F4U-4, from the decks of the BON HOMME RICHARD. Fol- lowing Korea the squadron moved into the jet age with a series of transitions to F2H Banshees, F9F Cougars, and F4D Skyrays. Homeported in Oceana, Virginia and commanded by CDR C. A. Rank, Fighter Squadron SEVENTY-FOUR has as its primary mission all-weather air-to-air interception and destruction of enemy aircraft. The BE-DEVILERS are cur- rently equipped with the McDonnell F4B Phantom ll inter- ceptors. The squadron became the first in the Atlantic Fleet to transition to the Phantom when it completed carrier qual- ifications in 1961. gf QF' in sd 33 Ein " f 1 F gpg 1... . " ' -' f' , -. , v V " -- F-----Y. ..--., :N : "f' 7 VA. .- ,. -1-, R -Y -MV ..,, ,. , ,,,, ,Mg I Pi" QL N? Metalsmiths. - 1Economosj Sldewalk salesman CFelkerJ 1 ,Wg The Smlth Brothers CFelkerJ It's the late hours that kill you! - CFeIkerj Storekee per CEconomosy X mm Maintenance crew Qliconomosj 309 'Q ,vi .45-f w 5 .-j','nt'?' , I f. u a ' if . - ' 1 ' n- I . 2, a W A A V r X X V Y r i a .i r r N '-,4fQ,'f1,'-- R . , ., , .....,.. -A ,,,,,-,.-.-,,f,-:--,..,.g,L.,,,-.s1.sge:,, ,,-.,-- ,,,. ,,ff,,gi'1i, ,5:,:.i p:,.:,1 '51 Y i ' 2eg,s,f31-e,'.11xa,, ,. .'.V' , r:.s,f1-1. L2 1-4: V 310 l use Wiinidex. - CEconomosb I Automatic Flight Control system. - fEconomo WFETWSE Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED THREE, veteran of six Mediterranean deployments, flies the F8E "Crusader", a supersonic air superiority fighter and limited all-weather interceptor. Commanded by CDR Tom Hayward, the "sluggers" of VF-103 have become well known by their F8 aircraft, with a distinctive yellow arrow painted on the tail, and by their "can do" spirit. The winners of three Commander Naval Air Force Atlan- tic, battle efficiency "E"s for being the best F8 fighter squadron on the East Coast, the "Sluggers" have proved the appropriateness of their nickname, "Supersonic Arrows in the Quiver of Democracy." fl-'Gm W fi ? 2' X ,al 1-,,,.,--"xV' ' FQ 'fc lftv-r' ', I Q I ,si loffftl. H5 'VXQ Kllfglyl lf 4, C fi 1 ,mm T h V, , K , Iasumi Wi th 'A 9 X 'ff msg L W A 71 l Q4 ' 3 - -.i3.,'7 Al K , K Scoreboard. - fEconomosJ fl?" , 1 -, .1 . f iPhoto by Economosj K UHF Transmitter. - fEconomosj It's a great life. - CSHIJ f A K Q Q ' Uiconomosl Ready room. - CEconomosJ J ! I 3 3 2 4 I i 5 3 , .,.., .Ai , i f v , I . 1 4 Q 1 1 + 1 l 1 I f x 5 L N x Y, J xl Pre-flight check. - CEconomosJ llllllwelli Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron TWELVE was commissioned in 1948, to provide the fleet with a carrier- based early warning system. Detachment FlFl'Y-NINE is an integral part of a squad- ron that maintains 7 detachments and a parent command in Norfolk, Virginia. Aboard the FORRESTAL, VAW-12 Detachment 59 per- forms many missionsg among these are airborne early warn- ing, CAP control, search and rescue, autocat, and other varied missions. The aircraft flown by Detachment 59 is the E-1B, pop- ularly kriown as the "Willy Fudd", which is soon to be replaced by the E-2A "Hawkeye." ' 2 1 ll l 1 1 XF , ..- 312 fPhoto by Economosy Checking pulse forming network. - CEconomosJ 4 Nxt i A Resistance check on radar Indicator fEconomosj Personnel records are checked carefully fEconomos3 CECOFIOVUOSJ 33 . -f ll 1 X f "-.1 A MH 3 , A A f 1 Hangar deck maintenance. - Ufelkerj GMK97' '-.J Close attention to detail. - CEconomos5 314 fEconomosJ 'viii' if i f' -1, Chain gang. - fEconomosJ What's so funny? - CEconomosJ Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron Thirty Three, home ported at NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, was commissioned in May 1949. Squadron missions have included Night!All Weather Attack, Pathfinding, Special Weapons Delivery, ASW, and Radar Countermeasures. EA1E "Guppy" detachments serve aboard USS INTREPID, USS WASP, and USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN. Three plane detach- ments of EA1F "Queens" deploy aboard USS INDEPENDENCE, USS SARATOGA, USS ENTERPRISE, and USS FORRESTAL. Flying the venerable all weather "Queens" from the deck of USS FORRESTAL, the officers and men of Detach- ment 59 provide the Sixth Fleet with a carrier airborne electronic counter measures capability. The "parent squadron" at Quonset Point is commanded by CDR J. H. Harvey, while LCDR Leo L. Stephens is Officer-in-Charge of Detachment 59. Guess we'Il have to get a bigger wrench! - CFelker3 315 I i z l I E I 5 i I Q x i WFP G52 In December 1948, the formation was approved of an East Coast aerial photographic reconnaissance squadron whose mission would be: "To train and maintain the readi- ness of units for carrier-based photographic reconnaisance of designated targets in areas of Naval Operations." The squadron would provide detachments of photo-configured aircraft and specially trained photo pilots to each deploying Air Group. By June of 1959 the entire squadron was flying the F8 Crusader aircraft which introduced a whole new concept in aerial photography requiring the use of miniaturized cameras. VFP-62 has since seen duty around the globe and operated from the flight decks of over twenty-two different carriers. At present, detachments are assigned to every carrier operating in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. ln 1962, VFP-62 played an integral part in the low- level reconnaissance operations during the Cuban Crisis and received the first peacetime Navy Unit Commendation ever awarded and the first ever to be presented by the President of the United States. Photomate CEconomosJ . A parts Catalog 'S consulted by Supply personnel. - CEconomosJ l- -.L I, - 1-1,-'Q '.." . , CEconomosJ Jack, the Giant-Lifter. - CEconomosJ ' Look! There she is. - CEconomosJ K V 1 X fs 'fb' ,M , , if RX Now, class, for our next lesson . . . - Uiconomosj And then we land in Paris . -T Cliconomosj P.T. - CEconomosJ 317 MAX1 . 1 xx, , pf I w ----uumgg 6 f r That's where the trouble is. - CEconomosJ i 5 J J 318 Fan repair. - QEconomosj Milli l Helicopter Utility Squadron Two CHU-21, Commanded by CDR M. M. Gunter, Jr., is home based at Naval Air Sta- tion, Lakehurst, New Jersey. HU-2's mission is to conduct helicopter pilot and crew training in order to provide helicopter detachments to all Atlantic Fleet Attack Carriers for plane guard, search and rescue, and all other Utility operations, as directed. ln performing her mission the Fleet Angels are always available for special projects, some which include photogra- phy, gunfire spotting, transport, mine reconnaissance, track- ing drills, and anti-submarine missions. l CEconomosD ' he A 'A 'A " M " ' E i h , . 3 1 ' ,ff ff x A V L ,, ,iw A ' - , e e L., 'knit K l :V 'r .1817 , , V 1 I V vi af., W -.A "' 5 V 5 " - fu! ,I . 71 , Y A, I v ,' f ' Q X Parachute packer. - CEconomosJ Another game of "Pin the Tail on the Donkey." - CEconomosJ 'fiwfw M7 x Let S try this one first Uiconomosb And In the fifth at Hialeah CEconomosJ 39 , fy fx . K,-A ""w X, gs' x 1 f v . 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A., Wayne, R. P., Ballou, R. P., Fulk, E. C., Meese, R. A., Third Row: Caruso, S. E., Suarez, M., Perry, l. M., Pierce, G. J., Blaker, H. W., Lane, F. E., Brown, S. K., Schaff, W. J., Zapf, R. J. F:F"'!'!""PfU FLAG First Row, L to R: Eubanks, W. E., Wagner, R. F., Salmon, R J., Evalle, J. G., Wilson, J. E. Thums, R. F., Rudy, M. c., Dale, C. J., Second Row: Allison, A. O. Boyd, R. E., Hicks, G. E., vinasf R., Buevara, B. A., Alignay, R L., Kauffman, D. R., Colvin, 'rf L.,.Moe, K. G., Hanson, M. D. Thlrd Row: Ernst, K. P., lmman K. R., Palafox, J. A. M., Garcia, Y., Dela Rosa, R. L., Gnehm J. D. 1 v . .s NW Xxfiik afkxw. Q. as 'N sekakv .sis ewow V f , 7 K f wg Z? sf Y. Qf fir T .A M 9... aff-- V uf 4-.J-1 f f 'R Q -Q.. v . . . , ' fi 9. . .. f .f ' 1. ' r ' . f 11' Q 1' , wf X , . , W . 5 f sf. t R .s . f f f I.. .. gy, , af. f M J L , 'N J ,, 9 'f 1 vg.. . , , q,5?fi.,: ' - ,J f . ...N . Q .. 1: ', ,-.,,,,,, I, +V 'f 522, 'V . , ,-1 i f 'f Skflffy .J as ','- 2 . W X .ff .- gf is ' ys Q - :SEQ xv' u . Y 3 w' s 1' Q2 is 92 f ' ' 1 5 7 N Q 1 sr f i i I 27? ex is X 5 S 1 l ' F K I., 3 J to X f , V Y Q 5 r an ds.-6 'Y 4 E6 if, -J I l l l l l l l l l I l l I EXECUTIVE X DIVISION First Row, L to R: Coull, T. A., Sparr, K. M., LT J. Wightman, CDR R. F. Barlik, ENS J. A. Stiklorius, ENS R. E. Woodman, Gay, D. C. Jr., Leisher, T. L., Crowe, C. E., Second Row: Bentzen, R. C., Billman, R. A., Doherty, J. B., Landefeld, H. J., Haney, H. R., Meade, D. R., Roscoe, R. J., Gamble, N. W., Ruiz, A., Third Row: Keyes, G. H., Bias, J. W., Fitzharris, K. J., Castor, P. L., Carlstrand, D. B. Jr., Selby, E. C., Volz, J. E., Gibbons, C. L., Siebenaler, B. G., Jernigan, W. L. X DIVISION First Row, L to R Ward T K Painter R G Beck R L ENS J G Merrill CDR W F Chalres Roark R D Wyndham F L Huchlngson H F Peterman J D Second Row Galney H R Merrifield G E Jr Zosel W Selby E C Harrs W Lee D M Dybowskl R T Jones D W Glorioso D J X DIVISION First Row L to R Tomassl E D Puls R W Harris B Jr Shannon T M Mayer D M CWO A J Coleman ENS Warmoth NS J Fought Kenrlck J C Jenkins J H McDermott M H Rice A Second Row Brenner E Scott W J Merrifield L Geermg V M Mar an Brown D E Blood Rhodes S D Llvaccan J Jr Thorn J A Beemon M Cargln I S Garda er L Alexander J Jr Third Row Perry C H Downey G ONeiIl P J Kraeszlg D H well S L Heeter T D mels W C Mooney A Herrick J H Harris W Ill Walker H J Pattrlck ogzogohmm ELWONE Q" T 'E n , fx..- .I P' I l l I l, ,, Ei i gl ,ll "1 lil I . .I ,.,- .lf ,,. .yy QE -4 A l I F.: U: ' E-n1:.l 0-. : :'-I , wo' 1 ' -"': . 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I I - -I Third Row Smith, R. W., Falk, D M , Williams, R. L., McCoy, J V, Mitchell, C. W., Rouse, F L R'pI. , . A., lilirth, 'cf Elf Cu , . .', , .1 H,, nall ', . Gllb f'R. ., Lau: Tf .' .' -y.tf sb," .I ., ' ' 'Q , ., ., Rumson,'D.LIA., Herberll, FI ,J. .i.,,. sends, RQ .gj j,in,.q-'J-. . X' " ' i V 'I I7 "'1"'f17,", Q' . '- Aka ' 'f - " - ,, ..'-vwzrrs-4 If f X Zi? I 951.4 A. KEN SQA I A Jwixgsx fw-Q i f ' 1 I:,i'iYf -Z NN if f f , f E efmmQ,w- .,ss BMG symwm45 ff f ,aff 2 ZX' f , , V ,. ., W, 5325 14 5' MW' ' , ' ' fwwevwweso-.. ff !4,4f X ff g y f f 4 Q45 f f xyof 7 xy lf , , A f, -,I S ' 41, -1 'Q xv an 9 sv-Pa Qu ,gg XX XX is 6555 X' Qs W MA , .,. , . f , . , X X x X X 5 J, Y fx ff .M as , - ' sfwwf ' . s- .Y :yo ,Aga f f if ' 4 -f , 1 S ,-f ' ' ' WP' sf 2 S . df" , 'N . ,, 1 ,J ., ' JE X ss. ' 1 I Q li 4. f X I , , Ki 90135 f Q 'I 4 s ' 9 9 , 1 " 1' I ., W iff 1 . 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'W Z". f' fi ' ,fi " 0 'ifff'- .. 1 77 'fi' ' I V2.2 fi ' I 1 ,f, - 91, 2 ,pg J .I .1 ,A ,,. .5 -,j Q, 5' 'fff C7244 , V, I 1 - ' 1 QQ f Y v f ' If if .sn "ff 1 A 'g ' 1 NJ 'Q' L. ff , . Y fl ' 1 , . . .,.. f 2 , .gg 5 , A ' . I-5 ., 5 -'EQ I. .A 4 . 'NK Lv' . . YE -.5 ,,, - ,, 316 -rl Y .- P' -, ,--. ji if 3 L 5111 -ru. 4 i K ix i . - MEDICAL First Row, L to R: Ortega, L., Clements, R. C., LT H. V Grumbling. CDR Stuart Rag: land, Jr. LT R. A. Willson LTJG J. 'D. Quick, sp.-mr, wf M., Pool, B. H., Second Row: Collins, J. W., Garner, O., Mun- shower, G. D., Beane, E. C., Luchau, L. E., Smith, L. R., Saucier, J. G., Forsythe, J. C., Third Row: McMullen, W. D., Szurek, D. A., Dufresne, R. E., Bukowski, R. J., Petroy, J. D., I cn 3 3 m in PU F U7 o m 2 o P 3 f' Amos, E. J., Deer, R. W. H DIVISION First Row, L to R: Royce, T. H., Molitor, J. L., Bradley, T. D., Sykes, E. R., McBurney, L. C., Conway, M. F., Hampson, J.. Petersen, L. G., Swinton, E. L., Johnson, R. K., Second Row: Daniel, F. M. Jr., Butler, E. F. Jr., Wilfong, D. J., Perodeau G. A., Moynihan, G. E., wnitef J. P., Giles, T. DENTAL D DIVISION First -Row, L to R: Ricker, R. C. Allison, B. B., UCDR D. F Greer, LCDR R. L. Neagley CAPT C. H. Prince, LCDR W V. Gibson, Ingram, R. F., Johns ton, E. E., Buckley, L. E., Puck- ett, T. J., Second Row: Getty, A. K., Harmon, A. R., Hatch E. J., Tafoya. T- E- i il , l i li ! l, i I lr 2 l i i F J l l l I l l l I I I l I L 2 I l 1 I 1 i OPERATIONS OPS OFFICERS First Row: L to R: LT Darnell, LT Barling, LCDR Kane, LCDR Truesdale, CDR O'Hara, CDR Fuller, LCDR Morgan, LT Pyle, LTJG O'Rourke, LTJG Morgan, Second Row: LTJG Lembach, LTJG Stoner, ENS Mclntyre, LTJG Kasson, LTJG Snedeker, ENS Bailey. 'n-'mummy M0784 ,. rv S '13 4 g lf.. Q. f " J :-. AIO 8. OPS OFFICE First Row, L to R: Smallwood, L. B., Norby, D. S., Ciskal, D. W., Shepard, J. N., Schmock, G. E., Second Row: Hall, K. H., Ketchum, P. G., LT J. Darnell, LCDR C. K. Kane, LTJG P. L. Morgan, Carns, F., Wahl, R. W., Paulson, R. L. 5 A .., ..., ,... . ..., . ,. , . , , , K , " . v x J, if L .- f N152 ,,.l Xee' P if T, ' ' 22 3, Q f-f " " 0,1 f . is S X 1 X ix PQQ-V , . . . .S J. ,...e . . . . . . . ff-f . -' , ff 411- ' V, ...X-.N A. , , ,N fy 1 - X f T T f T . ...Z .2 MM ., W " ,NS ' 1 ff I we ' . - 132 ,, its! ., - f - f '- 4 .1 U we '-'e 'N . . v . X, 51 .1, kv 5, V , Lg wx , J l ef, ,, . ,, ,rw J . ., ,. X 'f . H' -. T ff ' y , ., , .. ,. .......X E X ,, , N 3 . ip , ' -'- S A N 1 ,Wg Awe.. 1 f W, 5 Q95 . S. aff! , . 4' 4 .Vg S gf, xiii? ' . MN S ? . S? . X f .4 f . 5 ML ... 1 . . i , 47 4? . .1 OA DIVISION First Row, L to R: Shadwick, J. A., Eaddy, D. L., Pott, D. H., Savage, D. R., Thomas, R. D., LT W. D. Groscup, Kaser, R. P., Meggett, T. M., Hardgrove, H. H., Wood, D. M., Second Row: Moorefield, W. R., Brown- Ing, C. H., Chiavarol, R. J., Heckman, L. J. OC DIVISION First Row, L to R Kelsel R C arp P el LCDR Koch LCDR Burnett CDR Noesen LCDR Rush LT Parker cke J J Baker C ec ond Row N u L D Davus E It R Koen: Gandy G D Hubbard C Notestlne R A Burns J emmg G Co J Thlrd Row Sutherland A J eegan W L Kllle ea Harvey W F Wheeler G L Pepin A J Mlsslng Barnett M Camplone J J a R W Kers en W ach M H I e Moms D J Whlte A D OE DIVISION Flrst Row, L to R Hoczak J J Zengerle P N Towner S Tudor D L ENS W Parker Jr LT W E Knight LTJG C H Tatom Stockton F H Jr Norcross H E ay Second Row Kelley F Sager L C Christiansen aft Buc el S B Runge Masker A S Ill Murray C Thlrd Row Flanagan J W s J L McSorIey A eeler H J Lublc S nth J E Jr Kemp E Baird R C Modugno B R Ol DIVISION First Row L to R Fllck R L ump D M Brown R McCreary R F LCDR R M Morgan Kleebauer R F Har R De er In F Sec ond Row George M P Ray H Fabre R F Ford T Marquardt V H Pauslc J M owne A A Mabry G Tracy W J Sh . . J., d'N 'u, 'J.' of, Na .' . ., ', ,, 5 1 1 e . . ., ' , . W-. So , K. ., 'g, G, L-. ., . -. ' , T. Tff Fl. ' .' IIins,' J. K' , .' .. ' I '. 'MII A. f. ' " , .' ., H nl Iey. . ., t , . M., Le ,. . ., pm. R. G., R? ., ,' J .. " , G. . . f, ' , ' . ., M 3 field, R. H., Bogigian, R. E., L., Cr , L. H., k, E. A., Beit , . ., , H. D.. , . . , , W. ., ' : , . F., all . . .. . - T.. Wh , . ., ' , T. D., rn' , . . ., , . D.. K , f ., ' . ' .' Hff per, .I R., ck ', l'.', T' I dal, L. E., isher, J. H., - L. ., ' , . f, 'I . B.. B ' , .' " . ' .' Tff OI DIVISION 1 '1 VI FO' I O 5 I' FU' O E E 5 I' -I z 95' J' 3 Little, G. S., Meyer, A. H. Fadden, J. S., Sneed, E. F ,,.. bUJ'IIUUl IVIVI I n.35'o355:fD0mSm -1 "U -.- O -1""' -----I -- 31034012 with-"':F33'3:UQ2fa 3-' fgga-214214 9-5-?o7"'e5' ,,3U". E. g ' 300,-' spNm:?p'f'g O raw EF 2- 'J' P: 5: -1U'1Img: l Z' i SCEm2omwN431E 3.-i-:I O cX5""'fDm W-'-,,,,3-,m,,moD'-14 1g?oN9::F52Wm 3' P? 3' m'53 - ' o ,F!'riW5"1?7"pP?? ?WFF9p TWWPHF Meyer, R. O., Odenath, S. D., Austin, C. W., Seavey, K. G., Brass, R. F., Sykes, T. E. 1 . OP First Row, L to R: Bell, J. W., McSorley, B, B., Felker, W. J., LTJG R. K., McCarthy, Faulk- ner, P. H., Bird, G. D., Peter- son, G. P., Devore, R. D., Sec- ond Row: Collins, E. P., Pratt, J. M., Soldavini, W, F., Mc- Alister, M. R., Polny, H. D., Barbaro, A. I., Mueller, M., Barton, W. R., Ostrander, R. L., Third Row: Economos, W. C., Zabaska, A. M., Millard, G. E., Sill, N., Mercer, J. D., Maus, M. A., Burchard, R. C., West, H. T., Yerkes, A, J. COMMUNICATIONS CR DIVISION f"'f'fUZI -.,.B xmm H seem ogg? n.u19,,fD? .ol I m ' pq. g' EVO SFF' E' 3 'Em :JSUNN Q :2 5-an 5'???'r ?Ibmo Z m K J Q- Q in H U U7 m o o : Q 5' Sm Rivoir J. H. Pocius, R. Rothmeyer, H. P., Domingo, J E., Dubbs, D. A., Archibald c. w., sci-naffo, J. c., Jamison, M. O. Miles A. R. Colborn J R., cfirkish, U. c., smith, cfs., Conesa, J., Barker, J. B., Card well, L. G., Chidlow, A. H. ' fm ik :WI l T' .,,,,., I I I I I T I PI 5. I I 2 1 I I I I I :mmm aff 6 IW iv , M242 J- wwf .1 . f XV 53 XX., , H' "L .'k- ' Q ff.-.ifv iq B . .2 T 5 f .', . 3 'X 'Q 5 ? L Q Q i f 45 I M4 Q ,.- 1' ,L I A ' :ITE I ix ,. ' Al 5 'r f was' . A A We I I 'P ' S M C 1,3 l, 1 'S . j' ,H .v ' X 1 , ' fx. N - we I .qw 1 , . S' X A H Y , . . V . L 1 I 1 w if no -" , 'Q if -I . K S 34 Y XII CR DIVISION Flrst Row, L to R M er F R Day J F Lester E F Smith C E Bloomfield F W Bond R E Luecke A W Zaph R J Ralser J C Sommers J A CR DIVISION First Row, L to R Clarke y L Ruhlan Scott D A Lacasse R Muley H L Stolhand J Brown L J Deburns W Vrnezelaar R J Second Row Davudson G Ba y A ontz C D, W n T L rcom, J F, Dayton, G F, , E C, Wllson, G ommmg CS DIVISION First Row, L to R: Hutton, E. L., Wheeler, O. E., Langen, T. E., Green, L. R., Coughlin, R. C., Gomory, C. E., Berryman, C. R., Berglund, P. H., Colletta, J. J., Bowman, D. A., Second Row: Jones, D. W., Harris, L. M., Schieltz, M. L., Schmeltz, W. A., Mazzei. T. U., Ryan, T. J., Premock, F. H., Sandsbury, R. L., Childs, E. z1""" I I WEAPONS WEAPONS OFFICERS First Row, L to R: LCDR D. T. Rodgers, CDR G. E. Nuben, LT R. A. Wild, LTJG G. D. Hutch- enson FIRST DIVISION First Row, L to R: Toy, C. H., McDaniel, D. C., Adams, A. S., McVey, J., Derringer, W. C., LTJG S. L. Susch, Campbell, L. M., Mallett, R. J., Fields, R. W., McCaIe, R. D., Johnson, W. T., Second Row: Townsend, B. D., Lynch, P. A., Pinnon, L. W., Honyotski, T. E., Dubay, J. R., Greenwell, J. R., Vazquez, L., Ruiz, R. A., Lundy, J. H., Loftin, R. H., Royal, D. E. FIRST DIVISION b First Row, L to R: Reavls, B. F., Kratz, R. M., Daniels, C. P., Green, S., Donigan, G. L., ENS S. L. Susch, Marfilius, K. J.. Burford, G. R., Rogers, G. R., Popp, D. R., Gatewood, L. A-. Second Row: Davis, G. P., Kill, J. L., Tapia, T. A., Franklin, L. E., Rahaman, J. S., Tyler. R- A., Harper, R. L., Arehart, O. E., Burke, J. S., Ross. F- JI'-. Cicconi, J. H., Thomas, J. P..- Cribb, D. P., Williams, T. A. X 4:41 , . l 2 I , ,, I 1 .3 ,, fugiwzwfwm, L f f I 4 f X46 ' -'ff 4219: 2 , SECOND DIVISION First Row, L to R: Carson, J. H., Perez, G. Jr., Randall, W. E., Zamiela, E., ENS A. 2. Morrison, McMichael, R. L., Allen, B., McGrew, E. W., Du- Prey, H. l., Second Row: Hall, W. F., Daniel, A. W., Perry, M. D., Shea, R. J., Fisher, E., Freeman, M. G., Powell, R. A. Jr., Mackenzie, D. J., Studstill, G. A., McGuire, J. G. SECOND DIVISION First Row, L to R: Brown, J. W., Lehning, R. E., Laffer, P. C., Otlowski, W. V., LTJG R. G. O'Steen, Locke, C. A., John- son, G. W., Johnson, F. H., Moore, A. L., Second Row: Ter- ry, E. L., Phelps, M. A., Gar- neau, R. E., Yargee, D., Pome- roy, A. E., Cesario, M. J., Zwiers, M. L., Nickolay, J. H., Fugate, D. L., Lowery, A., Con- nor, D. T., Stonina, D. F. THIRD DIVISION First Row, L to R: Smitherman R. C., Brooks, C. E., Green P. T., Bowman, B. R., Shealy H. A., ENS C. A. Woodall Barker D. D. Hudson, S. 5555 951'-'i Pt-7+ 3319 7: 5595 SOQ' 023 . ai. 9:9 0 rf I PP? gk delli, L. R., Seaton, I v 1 I r E' Danforth, J. C., Carver, C. Studdard, J. C., Johnson, M. Rauch, D. W., Courtney Ringwald, P. F.. Rupert, E. Third Row: Sherfick, D. Hallman, L. L., Emmett, L- Bates, J. M., Leclbetter, M. Bourdeau, P. E., Domico, !" !'?U9F7'!"1 Z 0 U O 3 fi. 9- FD !"' I" C O N if' P :UTD if I i l 1 l l , I ,. lil ll. ln ,ll l ll M ll 'l ll ll 1 li l l l . l. . 4 l ll 1- ll ll E I 4 ll J 1, I I l 4 ll , l l .1 .l l I 4 l l I l FOURTH DIVISION First Row, L to R: Evans, M. L., Tenney, D. L., Kaminski, R. H., Roeseler, G. N., Lynn, H. I., Carter, F. L., Jones, C. L., Scott, D. D., Second Row: Car- mean,M.H., Aguayo, R., Moran, P., Snyder, R. E., Martin, D. L., Oxendine, L. A., Barrett, R., Caviness, J. E., Third Row: Alicea, G., Carradine, E., Jen- sen, T. S., Harris, J. H., Riggs. R. E., Wendling, R. L., Cur- bow, J. B. FOURTH DIVISION First Row, L to R: Leon ., Gordon, G. T., Murphy, R. ., Johnson, J. U., Hull, A. ., Siebert, J. J., Ziegler, C. Laureano, D., Estrada, J. Bednar, W. J., Second Row: Ferolito, L. J., Schoemer, J. E., Skidmore, C. S., Fernandez, F. M., Hensely, S. D., Musser, K. J., Amato, J. S., Hocken- berry, R. J., Third Row: Griner, W. K., Johnson, J. J., Swistow- ski, D., Dailey, G. R., Mciner- ney, T. L., Barfield, J. A., Irwin, R. A., Lane, D. C. gn!-mmsu FIFTH DIVISION First Row, L to R: Fraiick, O J., Evans, J. D., Aiiington, W R., Partin, W., McNair, C. G. LTJG R. R. Busby, DiPauIa, R D., Cisneros, J. A., Horvat, G E., Heineman, J. M. Pacione H. W., S-econd Row: Sphneideri L. C., Fnel, G. L., Rubin, D. B. Crowe, D. E, Martin, S. H. Scherer, B L., Dawson, F. A. Worrall, D. E., Sutton, A. G. Fensom, J. W., Third Row Pesacov, M., Durham, D. W. DiCesare, A., Beverly, R. L. Patrick, S. J., Worden, D. J Ydzrwmxwfwu gf ve I 2 S50 'G' -1 'wx X mann X S X its Ns... QCA 4 gf, Q 1 S X A Rss-A37 6. MARINE DETACHMENT First Row, L to R: Wetzel R. L Johnson C. N. Ormewo W. J Patmalvee. P. E. CAPT J, J Bruce, LT C. J. Best Duncan Cr en D J Ec ar G. S., Tyson, G., Daniels F. A Second Row: Gerdes P. Leck R Hen ric s S ne L. B. Elliott M. L. r on oo es Rasinski, J. A. Williams R. D Morgan, H. L. Third Row: Ro n R T Ren art I ms J B Walrng P J m n, F. Robinson M. J gazlno, E. F., McCarthy, J. J V ler, D. E., Kolodziej, W Stockhausen, L. H., Spencer Ac In er W ra Cl no J. . uinn Lawniezak J. Dr'scolI P. R Ta or T. F. Fourth ow Miller W. . Sanders J Chavis, L. E., Shaughnessy, K . arr . Hat ric R Howe W . F nk Zielaskowski G. E. Leber R M. Summers J. M. Stabler .H. Spinks F. Sanders FOX DIVISION First Row, L to R: Taylor, D. C Woodruff K. E. Priest K. W Newmeyer, G. C. Sutherland D. ENS J. S. Hinmon Lee G Besancon D. J. Johnson K . ce . . n Harrelson J. S. Second Row Fisher W. E. Fick M. T. Whit aker C. D. Dick J. J. Pomilla R. J. Huber W. R. Bech d C. A., Bigler, W. G., Babington W. E. Winter N. D. Third Row Hockenberry, W. R., Marsh, R C. Watson R L. Lovelace W M., Clements, W. D., O'Shaugh nessy, G. R., Not Pictured Dansereau F. A. McMillan T.R.,Jorgensen, E. S.,Thomas W. L. G DIVISION First Row, L to R: Sivertson, S. O., McCall, C., Burnett, D D., Wilfong, G. E., LCDR Har grave, CWO Mathews, Moratto, F. R., Barnes, R. D., Hughes, M. P., Vaughn, R. T., Grobelny, R. G., Second Row: Dunn, H D., Kennedy, M. A., Nino, R, Trigg, P. R., Murray, D M, Raety, A. G., Morse, H B, Gustafson, R C., Southard, J R., Edwards, J. E zzz' T" L I ll i fi ' ' . ' 'f l c. E., ud . . I, k df err, . J., d'k,'J. L., . to , , , ,HO- t,R.W.,Tl,J.C., ma,..,'ih,F.,W'l: 3 lia ,. ., ', . ., Her- T at , , ., Lo- , og ff J.R., h'g,J. .,Gf 'a , D, G ,R. L., l I V. I I -I l yl, , R : I . E. . .c.. ' H P,c,N, tk,.w., I , , E, ra , W. J., I R' . '. , ' ,sf j l l 1 I I 3 il , I 5 5 I A, Pri ,' R F,'Man , J.' F., 4 . . 5 .I .1 . I. ar. l . . . 2 ,T ' 1 I l ' l I I 1 I l l l 1 G DIVISION First Row, L to R: Hall, A. F., Morrison, E. D., Jacobson, C. B., King, A. L., Fluke, P. W., Cantrell, R. O., LT Williams, Waddell, W. B., Corley, N. G., Carson, S. W., Tooker, D. B., Kuepers, C. M., Second Row: Yarger, T. R., Mclntosh, C. R., Crawford, M. F., Adkins, C. J., Toler, E. D., MacGill, M. A., Rodriguez, G., Baker, G. R., Basmajian, J. R., Wynant, R. T., Holoman, S. E., Rutter, C. R., Lorenz, B. L., Third Row: Cameron, R. W., Gotishall, D. T., Droddy, D. F., Jackson, T. P., Klohr, G. W., Holzmacher, A. W., Benz, A. M., Welty, L. D., Bosco, A. A., Browning, F. Hemmingway, R. C. P Uzza-ncnvumvzwggm rn: ' ammaol-1 U '-02-fi-I0-233-'12 EQ: 'rv-P' rn 4 mg-Q55 .5535 ?2Qiv1UP?" '52 " fn' . ZF? 20 rf! ' ,.. I-ggi? To 4 - ' 3' 5-wx: ll Q Fugqm' 3311" gg- mL.,3-.L.. 01 -l 'K CDO 30'-02' 22omE:s 5'3fg!'g-95393 :CWC F. 2-mx. . - F . :ro mg!-gg: : : . : -Ir'I17 JI'Jr1'Ic.!'E-'J GM DIVISION Flrst Row, L to R: Costell, C. B., Scherer, T. M., Rettig, T. E., Price. B. R., Sutter, S., LTJG W. M. McDowell, Nixon, J. H., Mann, V. R., Stephen, W. H., Rogan, M. T., Lokey, W. M., Judy, H. P., Second Row: Wil- liams, H. S., Danielson, L. L., Swiger, E. B., Hughes, D. E., Lomont, D. A., Henry, D. G., Blizzard, J. M., Bullis, W. R., Foster, S. J., Serdynski, S. D., Hamel, D. M., Tarr, J. E., An- drews, F. B., Pugh, R. C. T l 5 l pal X 'P' W DIVISION McFarlnn D Clementz P E Holloway T H LTJG W Hoyt LCDR J L Langston Ta um J D Knutson R G Lendman C F Burazer ONe1ll W L Second Row R H Brent ach rk G R Thomas C Morris C M Wlaysewskl J J Hornby J G Vernlcek Bielen M C Missing LTJG R L Kramer W DIVISION First Row Lto R Kaiser J N Connelly W N Jr Davis M C Rose E D LT C W Court CWO R. Murray Haarmann G. W., Padgett, T. W., Bremer, R. D., Russell, R. C., Smith, D. E., Second Row: Taylor, S. A., Cal- lahn, J. T. P., Barbier, R. L., Lingle, C. B. Jr., Lariscy, J. N., Jennings, R. T. AIR V-1 Flrst Row, L to R: Lallo, J. G., Robison, L. D., Kennedy, D. D., Speciale, V., Kibler, W. R., LT R. C. McClalg, McCray, J. L., Clark, K. C., armichael, W. C., Armistead, J. F., Gaskins, A. R., Second Row: Kercheval, R. G., Dempsey, J. E., Hocke- smith, J. L., Behan, T. P., McAllister, J. A., Vega, J., Honeycutt, R. G., Campbell, B., Erkenswick, G. T., Dickson, D. G., Morris, W. G., Moss, K. M., Third Row: Teusch, F. G., Wil- cox, I. K., Dorsey, T. J., Di Paolo, D. R.. Odom. E., Dor- many, J. R., Claridge, H. J., Taylor, J. E. Hi" V-1 First Row, L to R: Crownover, . D., Carter, P. H., Tyler, J. ., Callahan, J. L., Coppedge, L., Diamond, D. W., LT F. . Cooper, Willis, J. A., Doles, . M., Smith, J. L., Jesus, J. Ahern, D. J., Second Row: Engdal, J. C., Slackbower, L. E., Snyder, D. W., Ciotti, R. J., Watson, E. L., Colica, D., Mac- Allister, J. A., Feathers, T. E., Ager, R. L., Robinson, O. H., Third Row: Tomlin, M. F., Mac- Intyre, R. M., Arksey, R. G., Pelzner, L. F., Hernandez, A. R., Irwin, J. F., Slockbower, D. G. porngnzx V-1 First Row, L to R: Owens, W. D., Reynolds, G. L., Santora, C. P., Peters, D. E., Beckerdite, E. E., ENS R.' W. Beaudry, Mil- ler, D H., Brosokas, V., Safar, R., Bourgeois, E. C., Finn, K. F., Kurtz, S. L.,, Second Row: Johnson, D.,L., Pike, R. D., Mc- Nulty, L. E., Pittsley, R. M., Moore, C M., Endy, D. P.. Pera, A., McLaughlin, D. M., Ranke, R. C., Paglusch, D. R., Demers, C. H., Luchkiw, R. D., Third Row: Lavery, L. E., Strong, E. D., Harriss, C. l., Soliz, M., Saucedo, R. L., Ramos. E.. Mat- zak, J .R., Ciotti, H. P., Kelley, G. D., Williamson, J. R, V-1 First Row, L to R: Fulk, J. A., Stapleton, P. B., Brook, T. F., Jay, R. B., Cannon, R., Perry, R. A., Second Row: Calhoun, D. C., Neubaum, J. T., Mc- Dowell, W. D., Humphries, R. A., Paguin, E. H., Swanger, J. L., Fonner, J. R., Gentry, R. M., Rodley, R. A., Pritchard, F. W. fr . U ff "" ' V Y' f f J Z"fZ"'Y6"'i7f'l'gfY0.- '92 , fd? 'V W, ' ff - 'ini' ' , ' WM' f7f'7f f' JM-Jffff. 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J., Beal, W., Ple- mons, W. E., LCDR J. C., Thompson, Higgins, W. E., Jones, G. R., Keller, J. P., Mc- Farland, D. C., Trask, R. E., Second Row: Rowe, G. W., Sar- ver, L.4D., Graves, T. L., Paray, W. J., Woehrle, D. C., Bell, J .W.-,V Staley, W. R., Killen, R. L. Jones, G. A., Meek, C. ,W. Third Row: Hasty, R. L., Wilson J. P., Rayl, L. A., Ruf, M. F. Mancuso, P. J., Stubblefield D. E., Gulley G., Carroll, D. E. V-2 First Row, L to R: Stumpp, J E., Bach, D. A., Graham, E. E. McClellan, E. G., Holley, T. T. LCDR E. C. Adamson, Haught G. R., Frymeyer, M. L., Smith L. F., Dowdall, C. A., Huff, D. R V-2 First Row, L to R: Powers, G. Lambert, C. D., Breslin, J. J. Johnston, H. E., LT R. E. Knapp Counter, T. J., Kollarik, J. G. Harper, F. L., Fleak, J. E., Kil lelea, C. J., Second Row: Mur- ray, R. T., Lewis, J. E., Mas- saro, N. S., Jones, C. H., Sevin C. P., Germani, W. E., Light- foot, M. T., Bowe, W. E.,, Per- kowski, C. R., Third Row: West- gerdes, R. J., Hendrick, E. B. Lemons, C. R., Baker, J. E. Herring, J. V., Pickett, A. W. Grizzell, P., Kelley, D. L., Dial S. E., Shepard, D. H., Combs V-3 First Row, L to R: Odom, M. M., Baldwin, 'J. D., Scaffe, R. L., Velazquez, A., Uland, C. D., Ginter, R. L., LCDR M. C., Col- lier, Covey, S. L., Tuck, J. E., Judd, W. D., Hickman, R. H., Bajic, B. F., Second Row: Tolli- ver, J. C., Smith, W. A., Dean, J. M., Nelson, W. S., Adams, . C., Terrill, H. E,, Hobbs, W. , Jabczynski, C., Smith, W. , Huston, F. M.,A Lamanna, , Stacey, M. D., Fahs, K. , FFPUFUO Kerin, R. B. ,. V-3 First Row, L to R: Mason, W. Fogg, J. M., Morgan, J. J. Gaither, C. E., Walton, C. B. Dunlap, D. R., Tooher, W L., Frazier, P., Armellino, L. Schone, T., Wallace, J. N., Hill R. G., Second Row: Conese, J P., Germ, J. A., Schauer, G N., Whitmore, G. C., Test, C. L. Dascani, W. D., Moulton, A. W. Leblanc, G. R., Rollo, M. C. Kifer, F. L. Thimas. M. L. Weber, C. E., Waldorf, T. J. gui?-:Enos-U V3 First Row, L to R: Burt, W. ., Sheldon, C., Washam, R. ., Coffman, F., Fontenot, J. ., Kummet, H. R., Vogt, J. ., Gunter, D. H., Nicholson, J. ., Vassuer, R. G., Clifford, J. , Second Row: Cohoofi, G. , W . . . J . ise B. F. McHae . Wethington W. J. V-4 First Row, L to R: Roberson, W. L., Tucker, E. E., Ruse, F. Van- Landingham, S., ENS J. B. Bates, LCDR W. H. Renninger, Baus, H. E., Hartley, W. C., White, E. T., Hughes, R. D., Havenda, E. J., Second Row: Pierce, G. A., Primer. G. R., Yohn, P. A., Willhite, L. F., Neault, R. D., Martin, L. V., Lawson, K. W., Quadagnoli, N. T., Newton, R. P., White, M. H., Ferguson, J. G., Heberer, R. R., Bitka, T. R., Third Row: Pruitt, J. A., Cooper, J. H., Yocham, A. C., Schanuth, D. M., Lepiz- zera, V. F., Blais, W. K., John- son, V. L., Tapley, J. R., Matte- son, R. L., Kisch, F., Provost, P., Frady, J. W. V-4 First Row, L to R: Blair, J. C., Black, R. F., Newton, C. W.. McClyment, B. W., Thornal, R., LCDR W. H. Renninger, ENS J. B, Bates, Mattoz, G. Galloway, R. A., Harrison, G. ., Second Row: Baker, G. -, Rosenbach, R., Shutter, D. ., Stephens, R. J., Rutledge, Gr-1011? I an -1 I. UI FU F7 I m 'T 2. in F7 P Wehmhoff, R. M., Handler.T- -, Nowalf, F. J., Third Row: Mayn- ard, G. D., Strong. G. E.. Thorn- ton, J. H., Claquin, P., Weight, W C. O'Donnell, R. F., SykeS, wl P.f Antonella, G. A.. McKee D., DuPree, C. E. V-6 First Row, L to R: Jacobs, R. L., Rich, C. N., Peters, W. J., Mar- shall, J. A., Cannon, C., LCDR Henry, ENS Lentz, Sullivan, B. T., Wright, R. A., Gregory, L, D., Wilson, J. A., Pagel. R- N., Second Row: Sulzner. L. A., Watson, G. G., Wittman, R. O., Aparo, P., Fedak, R. J., Douglas, B. C., Hinds, J. D., Smith, S. R., McVey, G. D., Bluhm, E., Logan, M. E., Third Row: Ritter, C. L., Serrit, T. C., Vargas, M., Gearmaqn, K. M., Brown, T., Short, C. E., Meyer, D. B., Mahl- backer, W. A., Welch, E. G.. Luncz, S. J. V-6 First Row, L to R: Rivers, R. H., Czeck, R. P., Kuntz, H. R., Hart, A. P., Goldman, J., LCDR Henry, ENS Lentz, Boardman, K. M., Nasim, E., Chapman, H. R., Daugherty, A. G., Hampton, M. D., Post, J. L., Second Row: Munson, R. C., Sullivan, D. A., Wallace, T. F., Avery, J. E., Mattox, M. E., Serrit, T. C., Coxie, W. T., Schul, A. L., Gux- xone, P. S., Ketter, H. C., Gad- die, R. L., Smithhart, B. D., Third Row: Kaiser, D. F., Langs- ton, R. E., Thompson, H. D., Heinzman, J. E., Gibson, J., Dunn, P. L., Kinkade, J. R., Lesh, G. J., Dolin, H. A., Wolk, J. A. Jr., Hoy, J. L. V-6 First Row, L to R: Curry, G. D. Hagins, D. F., Savage, E. G. Bertels, C. C., Roberts, H. I. Nixon, W. S., Downs, J. L. White, J. E., Second Row: Blais W. K., Yant, P. J., March, W W., Coffey, R. L., Fries, D. J. Woomer, M. F. ENGINEERING A DIVISION Flrst Row L to R Vanderbelt A K Ingram P R Foreback C k H EN hastwood Vanderpool B Slmmons B Hartley P Geen L E Randolph J Second Row Eckels G Alexander C E Hallett H rtos J Wes Romeo F Metzger F Mykytlnk L J Ruckner W Peterson D D Wllusz R Packard R E 'UIE3UrnOJrr'4g w JP 9 -I 'nh rn l x D-gl-?I"N 1+-3 -' : -HE S .' 4 ,Q --'-" - '11 'Y ' -51 --":. J J.:-En' ' :5 L- F.: "U . .-.' ', - . -E, m.- - I- '--2 , ' Es- . -.o.1':" an . 1. ' 'Q 'mdql ' . -FS : I' ." 1 FJ' ' ' :'- : n. rf: '-- rn' 4 : 0 '- .. : 'E 0 '. - , : .' I' ::I :El -ri ' : b - -:- I : -- : m .- N - . -,- -i. , -- , - up I H. 5 . E! 3 .Z ' ,. , - lp, .. '11 ",.--I II., - . U. - In w .. -.. .. , . 'W9f?P+2122.sf1 ..'I'2S...wsff L.. A DIVISION Flrst Row, L to R Whlte C T Schonauer W R Harbour A s Babel C rson J F Parrott P B Mulvaney U M Hamel M E Ager J R Second Row ackson C J L eb ff M J Anderson J Peterson J A Aetman R J Smlth L D Quanntance J A Bradshaw T A Wertz K R ne e E H A L Kepn G R Relyea J A Conw y F Relyea B H Prlnd E Etzkorn R L A DIVISION Flrst Row, L to R Coloslmo J Garza E Yocom T Mahoy D L Henderson F C Murray J L Barnes G Brady R Wllllams M L Sie R L Whltehlll H G Seco d Row Correla D Larntz C oz L Etzkorn Arruzza S E Peterson D W s W P DeBoard D Knlght L Delgado Thlrd Row B rber R J n r R Brscoe D M n n T Player C Puma P J Chapman L R Pohlman R Brown D B DIVISION First Row, L to R: Morse, D. L., Krause, W. P., Miller, R. B., Lewis, W. A., LCDR A. W. Hel- mandollar, LTJG D. E. Burklo, ENS R. S. Drake, Polk, F. K., Mullins, F., McCafferty, F. H., Second Row: Goodwin, L. S., Nockerts, E. L., Turner, G. B., Jr., Green, J. R., Aiken, R. A., Letheon, H. F., Dove, J. E., Rob- bins, 'J. W. Jr., Argenbright, J. L., Seals, C., Hamilton, L. H., lmhoff,'A. D., Third Row: Ma- honey, D. E., Heimall, D., Apgar, R. W., Hahn, D. S., Yeager, L., LaCouirse, P. M., Reathaford, R. L., Race, D. H.,,Hauser,'R. C., Muszynski, A. W., Smith, J. E., Aspell, E. J. B DIVISION First Row, L to R Levertt, C. K nlm J J Catron P. E., LT G D E Burklo ENS R. S. Drake Payne J Bledsoe, W.B., Marshall D C Second Row: Rasmussen W E Norton, W. A Li ula B Hart M.J Leo, Cl D ., E McBroom R E Third Row: Stinchomb G M Ewing, J. R., Keown O Mundorf D. L., Ed erton L E S th J. G., Ne son R E B DIVISION I First Row L to R Davis, J. J., Fogg R L Coleman, J. B., Wa s H G Townsend J. F., ENS R S Drake Payne, J. E., Y ung F R Syester O. S.. Flynn M Lt e C T., Sec- ond Row Rijks T Boutln, R. G Nabors R H Black T. M., oe T each H. H. Tay or P H Webb D E-. Wal: to A Beige A F Hillsman, Jr Third Row Gordon Byrd J V Conpedge N tale F D Combes 0:3454-U Faxon R G Winchell Forrester J W.. Wefth E Jr., e ' , . ., l , J . . , g ' . -. miy, I , . .V III, I. ..', . 0 ,' I ., ' . , . J.,' itl , . J.yb' I :HJ av I v I . . -, , - n, ., ' , . -. R. H. ., I . F., a . . -, . J., , . -, . L., , . -, . L., . . r 1 Tumey M J Dufault, 'N .WM f ,. Y ' " , ,. ,. I, Xbfjqax QQ. as v.,' -... Y f if . -L- a,2', ws .f G. -I S E Quill I Rx . X M 5,1 ,i ,. QA., i I-j Ill-9 B- DIVISION Fnrst Row, L to R: Rickey, Coey, Rost, Kondrat, Cartey, Sordahl, Hendrickson, Thomas, Cannon, Geldien, Second Row: Thacken, Vonconnon, Siddens, Clausey, Naisbitt, Parker, Glover, .Boos, Greenslade, Mas- ters, Dxmartino, Petzitillo, Mc- Donald. E DIVISION Flrst Row L to R Wllltrout R F dlay F E Trum e G L Funke L D Mathews R T Gurtherman W C LT Junker Kelton R W Nelson G ue Ka e hortst A Second Row Mules F T Cooper E L Mur uf-f R Va D F Flower P Kay D C Anderson V A West E E DIVISION Flrst Row, L to R Swenson E F Grass F A Wood D W H rn R O Bottomley LTJG McDowell Miller Boydon W E Baker N wlckx L B Ho e Second Row Stephens Belnkampen D K Plernlk F S Boyor R G m:rz!r""'1'f"'!" E DIVISION First Row, L to R: Robinson, D. L., Johnson, L. W., Stapp, G. F., Thomas, J. W., ENS Terry, Haveard, C. L., Balek, J. J., Kohout, J. R., Young, J. M., Tyler, A. C., Second Row: Mayard, E. J., Lee, K. J., Adam- czyk, D, J., Leonberg, R. C., Landgraur, T. J., Yount, E. E., Williams, L. S., Dodge, H. A., Richardson, J. W., Smith, A. J. E DIVISION First Row, L to R: Rollisn, G. G., Young, J. R., Hicks, J. W., Lassitor, R. M., Rembold, G. A., ENS Terry, Hoering, R. O., Vickers, K. L., Zauner, J, F., Losurer, R. H., Second Row: Monroe, W. C., Young, R. U., ' Wilder, D. K., Smith, D. B., Copeland, J. W., Nicodemus, C. B. E DIVISION First Row, L to R: De Jarnette, J. E., Hart, J. E., Frahm, J. E. Burgess, G. P., Harrnstead, R F., Mahan, M. J., Logan, J- Parker, R. A., Winkel, J. L- Koivisto, R. W., McKee. H. E v I .,- l l l 'l. V! ' ll ll , I l l ,l l I in l . f" 1 L 9 l l I 5. l .V l l -S O ll l is l 5. I L- M DIVISION Fifsf Row, L to R: Neary Sorenson, R. H., Garcia, D. R McKay, A., Hawkins, H., ENS Taylor, LT Lakin, Ackart Stone, L. E., Kraus J. L. Size more, G., Second Row: Crum L. F., Killingsworth, W. W C. E., Tanner, W., Butler Coxie, L. F., Howard Barden, R. W. Goddard, R. W McClelland, R. P., Black, C. S Michaud, R. D., Cadreau C. F , L. o., , E. B., Tyus, l. L., Smith, J. E., Lebo, . F-, , R. G., M DIVISION First Row, L to R: Kuczmynda, T. E., Harrison, T. M., Hamilton, O. J., Litzau, S. T., Tucker, T. L., Martin, R. D., LT Lakin, ENS Taylor, Hoof, R. W., Everly, W. H., Grenier, R. F., Hayden, R. C., Wagers, J. W., Second Row: Garrety, R. B., Sabo, C. A., Baur, G. L., Childs, U. L., Forbes, N. W., Webb, J. L., Butler, E., Dimond, J. J., Back- ensto, R. V., Penta, K. A., Church, L. R., Kaempf, D. D., Skoog. R. E. M DIVISION First Row, L to R: Hodkinson, V. P., Embacher, C. A., Nelson, T. F., Weaver, W. R., Martin, R. D, LT Lakin, Stecker, H. L. Stoyell, J. B., Thomas, L. M. Brown, R. L., Brown, E. R. Second Row: Hernandez, E. J. Zills, L. W., Laws, R. I., John son, B. W., Melvin, R. R. Sabino, A., Ellis, D. W., Souza W. J., Bassett, J. G., McEl vaney, T. W., Martin, J. W. Third Row: Perlett, A. G., Tru fant, B. D., Perry, J. E., Kirtch T. L., Sauerbreit, N. M., New: man, D. E. r 1 M DIVISION First Row, L to R: Bandera, L. A., Crusenberry, L. D., Good- rich, E. H., Wallace, G. W., ENS Dietz, Marchick, J. B., Messer, J. S., Manis, C. H., Taylor, H. D., Hoeth, M. K., Brown, J. E., Simpson, J. P., Second Row: Ellis, J. W., Shaf- fer, T. E.,Johnson, A. E., Heath, L. G., Betty, J. J., Stevens, T. J., Larock, R. J., Thompson, J. R., Martin, D. F., Upshaw, W. A., Furnish, F. F., Dodge, D. W., Third Row: Hedrick, R. L., Brown, R. J., Taylor, R., Herb, E. C., Figarola, T. R., Richards, W. R., Saulters, P. M., Schlueter, G. L., Moore, D. O., Britton, E., Fata, R. D., King, C. R., Gillis, S. R. R DIVISION First Row, L to R: Fancher, P. C., Gula, J., Smith, H. L., Rob- inson, J. N., LTJG K. S. Lee, Peace, W. H., Hausinger, R. E., Stroup, D. H., Roffe, A. J., Askew, H. L., Second Row: Far- land, R. S., Mitchell, E. J., Cary, R. L., Dutzle, J. S., Pineda, R., Crowder, J. R., Kohl, R. H., Cuzzocreo, R. E,. Dun- can, J. E., Songer, R. C., Thompson, J. D., Goodmonson, R DIVISION First Row, L to R: Kimball, D., convery, M. J., Asp, H. w.f C. R., Edwards, W. H., Wilson ENS M. J. Munoz, Miller, C Wilson, L., Van Scoter, H W., . P., Winter, B. C., Hopkins, W S., Second Row: Schneider, L G., Clowson, T. C., Adams, J R., Porter, P. W., Eastwood B. R., Donatelli, V. F., Lewis J. E., Philabaun, R. C., Jourdan P. A., Poorman, J. W., Partlow, D. A., Capozucca, J. L., Sands, JU . G., Zang, R. A. 4 VLIBYA if f ., ' ' 'sm is me ' F Z X ,WN 0 R' 3 f 1 ku ' i ,- 'fx F 2 x 'i I- 'Q .rw I l df Wt'-if Xl, W q 'I . x.. sf 1 , ' - . .. -' .Ji XV X .A It , ., .X , X,-k . X V ' X I .',,. Q if ,ly 'W tl, 'affix I . tw, J-. . - .I fxs 1 Q.. i Y K . . - f - J" S. 'S , I , i,... 1 R0-K Y Y L 4 S11 R DIVISION First Row, L to R: Neaves, A. D., Wilson, L. L., Reynolds, K. L., Giroux, R., ENS D. E. Krause, Phillips, F. X., Gallop, C. M., Barber, G. L., Bryson. G. P., Droz, R. E., Second Row: Owens, R. B., Wynn, D. H., Adams, J. W., Stusak, G. W., Smith, R. R., James, D. L. Neubaun. D. T., Third Rowi Basiis, F. M., Davis, E. R., wiii Qualk, W. R., Berlin, E. D. liams, F. F., Wells, F. E., Rieck B. L. SUPPLY S-1 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Nelson, D. A. Hunt, H. E., Newton, R. L.f Hanson, D. E., Kilgore, F. D. Brooks, J. E., Longo, B., Sit: son, R. G., Wilder, C. T., Sand- berg, C. M. ,Second Row: Weber, C. M., Darnell, T. L., Vote, R A., Collins, R. J., Mothershead, J. N., Holmes, L. R., Andrews, C. S., Medrano, R. C., Harmon, J. C., Third Row: McDonald, L. C., Largent, D. N., Samolo- vitch, F. J., Spina, K. P.. Van- Liere, G. A., Maxwell, R. K. Thompson, Z., Myers, C. S. Flack, R. G. fd S-1 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Estrada, D., Webster, W. G., Gunter, W. K., LTJG L. W. Schultz, ENS F. D. Kilgore, LCDR J. E. Brooks, Lee, D. L., Gomez, P. L., Cockburn, R. C., Myers, R. M., Second Row: Woods, J. L., Roy, D, M., Sykes, H. R., Lewis, M. B., Galloway, G. L., Pace, H. G., Ridenour, G. L. l l l l l l l S-2 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Cook, C. J., Dillion, J. E., Perry, K. L., Barney, J. W., Pelletier, P. R. L., LTJG M. J. Oberle, LT D. R. Dumke, Garrison, F. D., Ber- r R R Nichols S C Elder ge. . -, . . -, I C. F., Second Row: Hemming, G. L., Alessandro, A. A., Whed bee. F. L., Overbaugh, R. W., Lewis, G W., Hughes, E. F., Blizzard, J. R., White, L., Tran- barger, G. E., Erickson, D. , Ostrander, R., Cowland, R , Third Row: Muskovac, J. , E S-F"'?'S"TU?UF7!" Bahneman, G., Dubeau, . Mason, J. W., Hurst, B. , Piesik, R. N., Welsh, R. , Bailey, J. G., French, C. , Harris, J. E., Hancock, S. , Andrews, M. H. S-2 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Devore, T. O., Maddox, W. E., Eusted, V. E., Mullins, C. L., Cippolim, F. J., Wood, C. J., Gregg. P. A., Gibson, R. C., Lindsey, J. R., Wehrly, G. L., Second Row: Emeigh, D. D., Bishop, J. W. Schatz, H., Brin, T. H., Young, T. J., Vangorder, W. F., Mino- gue, P. J., Provost, C. A., Vil- Iiard, C. G., Gamble, N. W. S-3 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Comeau, F. J., Leonar, W. D., Turner, R. L., Stacy, E., LT J. H. Kunkle, Chenevert, G. E., Rittenberry, Leist, W. H., Keifer, J., Napier, J. B., Second Row: Dobbs, B R., Regins, C., Hayes, J. G., Edds, H., Gagnon, R. R., Cox, W. R., Buss, J. E., Nichols, T A., Bonnor, J. H., Stewart, P. Petusky, J. J., Goudreau, F. H., Rogers, L. A., Call, M. D. Third Row: Poe, E. L, Snavely S. T., Saunders, R. J., Scott, R T., Porter, B. P., Daughtery, T F., Galloway, E. G., Hause, A S., Groller, F., Vogtman, J. A. Spiller, P. L., Woziak, H. I I 1 l ,.,,....-.--.. .Y. K I 1 I . gi E k 1 V ' 'I X ' K . I Qs 4 N K v . i, v 'S' J 5 v , .2 ' - Q ' w . I ' ' Q Qi, Qt A D ' 'VKQSJ' , , 'M- am we W qs- ' 5, if ,515 I Q X. I ' all X Q F 7 535 f ' . XX, S7512 Y q an 'Q' sf 53 -rx 1 iff -U , 1... .37 3.-.,-'wx S-3 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Puchalla, P. A., Wallace, R. J., Myres, B. E., LTJG Harris, Barin, Premdas, R., Hopson, G. E., Walton, Sec- ond Row: lmdahl, B., Briscoe, C. T., Sykes, J. A., Collier, R. L., Newhouse, T, W., Holland, T. M., Burrows, B., Lannon, W. D. S-4 DIVISION First Row, Lto R: Wade, Smith, Willis, Michaud, Aeharty, Burl- ingame, Hannsen, Barry, Peeb- les, Crosson, Second Row: Bal- dit, Jackson, Brown, Roebuck, Finch, Gallagher. S-5 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Spencer, E. F., Balo, F., Gillespie, J. W Edward, M. J., LTJG D. Mc'- Cann Jo ner D. T., Butler, E I Y I -1 Montano, O. M., Williams, E. G., West, A., Second Row: Sapiera, M. M., Soriano, W. R.. Patiag, R. S., Sanares, D. A., Arias, J, S., RGYSS. R- A., Vedar, R. V., Garcia, A. Y., Silos, H. M., Third Row: Ma- drigal, G. M., La Barge, N. R.. Stepanoff, S. P., Epps, W. T Brown, J. L., Owens, W. T., Garcia, P. J., Norman, D. V., Sapiera, P. H. I I I I I l I l I I l s-5 olvlsidu First Row, L to R: Bernas, L. ,C., Crawford, R., Fello, S. Hickson, H. C. Jr., .LTJG D Mc'Cann, Ridley, N. Jr., Huck- step, R., Coleman, E., , Dato B. B., Figuracion, R. B., ,Mar quez, J. F., Second Row: Al mazan, J. S., Mercado, G. S. Antonio, M. M., Trueblood, W S., Fleming, L. L., Graves Sabal, D. C., Fleming ,D. ,C. E. Brown, B. C., Third Row: Mel: vin, B. B., Varner, S., Labu- guen, W. R., Vedar, M. C Segui, M. S., Badiang, R. H S-6 DIVISION First Row, L to R: Bills, M. G. Ashby, D. R., Troina, R. J. Rogers, R. W., Brown, W. D. Fish, W. E., Second Row: Cul bertson, R. E., Schultz, J. J. Patnode, P. A., Brown, R. A. ENS H. R. McCabe, Yarborough J. E., Shoemaker, R. F., Hoff- man, J. B., Hartford, E. J. Birckhead, W. G., Third Row Williams, C. D., Aube, C. H. Clark, R. E., Rose, C. T., Lovatt W. G., Post, D. G., Auckerman D. C., Parsons, J. D., Platfoot C. R., Shelton, R. H., Canfield G. A, Allender, J. H., Ridgeway W. E., Fourth Row: Leslie, C E., Surrette, D. M., Harris, R S., Moreau, F., Zimmerman R. L.. Bardauskas, W. R., Jo: dan, R. B., Baldwin, J. E., Ladd K. L., Cooper, R., Lopez, W D., Severson, D. D., Easton A. G. X ,,,! i , ...K . A L", Q 5' J N A , af filgsfxlufii ix 4 'Ye ' I Jqf l' Y 1' FM l 7 . 6 l . , M ' ' is egg ? . iii? , wg f ig s ' if s ' ,S ' -v J STRAGGLERS First Row, L to R: Newhouse. R. W. VA81, Lavigne, G. F. VA81, Mansfield, R. L. VA81, Paty, R, J. VA81, west, D-G-L VA81, McDonald, L. M. VAH6. , wa, f C .1 . , T. SfiUDl 'Y . X f X A f fs Q? . wr.. vm FM X 'N RLY CAW-8 CAW-8 First Row, L to R: LTJG R. R. Bunn, LT A. Moreland, LT H. H. J, Nicholson, LCDR J. H. Fetterman, LCDR W. P. Schmidt, CDR J. W. Nance, CDR C. R. Smith, LCDR A. L. Hamlin, LT G. P. Dowd, LT J. E. Ford- ice, Second Row: Gray, L., Ma- succi, A., Johnson, J. C., Bill- ieu, R. W.. Collene, R. W., Smith, W. G., Barsamian, H., Hanssen, G. P., Michaud, P. A., Spahr, W. M., Gentile, R. M., Brown, W. CAW-8 First Row, L to R: Brinton, Magoon, Travis, Barsamian, Smith, LCDR Schmidt, LT Dowd, Collene, Winget, Trap- anese, Estelle. CAW-8 First Row, L to R: Thomas Kane, Claypool, Donaldson, Bar ber, LT Nicholson, Ross. lrvm Marshall, Rakes, Second Row Perkins, Eamons, Rayman, Kul ik, Long, Greia, Fought, Wy koff, Morsch, Tandberg,- Doerr, Row Jenkins Timman Third 1 , . Burton, Weber, Pecorale. -, l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l 9 l l l l l A l l l l VAH6 VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Sarajian, H., Taylor, J. D., McWilIiam, J. R., Underwood, J. L., Fritsch, E. C., Laney, E. V., Wetrich, C. R., Pearson, G, W., McDonough, . E., Second Row: Borland, B., Whitfield, J. B., Downs, . P., Parten, J. L., Lind, D. ., Wright, H. W., Hansen, L. ., Eychner, R. L., Paradis, gan:-of-0 S- VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Hawley, J. G., Wilson, R. W., Skelly, A. R., Post, R. E., Smith, C. R., Hill, M. E., Burcham, G. D.,Wolfram, C. B., Shevlin, J. E., Morgan, G. J., Second Row: Moore, H. M., Smith, J. E., Ralston, G. D., Snyder, G. A., Marting, N. W., Zagorski, A. J., Gieshen, L. H. VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Greaves, L. D., Hall, R. L., Larson, A. W.. Whitfield, J. B., Wetrich, C. R., Laney, E. V., Shevlin, J. E., Carlson, A. K., Kronjaeger, E. E., Kinsey, J. H. Jr., Second Row: Rutz, D. D., Whally, W. S., Birkle, D. C., Zimmerman, D. E., May, J. C., Steward, T. W., Porter, F. M., Ross, R. W., Hull, R. V,, Third Row: Bee- man W. H., Johnson, J. D., Mccbmber, C. E., Spencer. J L., Williams, W. W. wif ' Tlgwigiriliilkifiiq A I S , 'YW v .uf N f 5' 1 fl ,Y A ck 60 ,K , W , K .vaww ,,, 4 hi l if -V N, ", 0. 25 'J ' Wk ' S 1 ,fki?w,,,..g l.iQQyl tif fQ5f?5Q? "'l 1 .. i .... f ',7.': Did E" ' X' ! - ,Y , QB., is WE, , if ' 'B l?5?7WMTf?3?. v'W'- is . , yi , J , ' . -1. we X X I L., wi.: J M 1 shun lg lx, X f .f .. , X 5 ' is SM X ,r K l -gl L if i , in 4 -u Q if rg . 9 4 .f'j"., , . 4 E . --,L . y ,J W wi A ' Q4 b , ,. . L , f w we ,. .. A 1 -Q 1 l . s s+ X 1 9 . - 9, ek ' I ' ,tv 7:4 5 l i il . gr A 1 . l 9 ,B F Q sg ,,,, mmwy.,'lN. A so ,A 5 ' " S D l y., , f i 'A 1' fi K . X f Q? 555 'J ',. I 1. Z 1 .9 f . fl V N 5 an Q. I X .Na f Y U , N 'X ' .Z if ' Lir vff.. 'Q VI, Q' ,J -5, X is J Q AA" 1 .. zfg, Z ,-Al . ' A .Y 5' F A 'mv ff fy. 4 W -1 . -.. , J' i 1 ' A ' . f Q, v , J-:gh , A -M 1 T S6 5 f x 1 r'i T I 1 I1 1 A l 1 . T v alll 1 l , 1.7 x M it V A M . A 4 1 - 1 FEW .--.. ... Six! , l a .fl ' ,Z 5 "N ' A Q f f W J, 5 . N Q 0 it 15.42. ' v VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Davis, R. W., Coleman. O. R., Fleharty, S. E., Brown, E. H., LCDR R, E. Post, Jr., LTJG D. L. Lind, Mc- Burney, L. C., Euste, V. E., Data, B. B., Madrigal, G. M.. Second Row: Johnston, J. L., Finch, G. L., Taylor, M. B., Burney, E. R., Piesik, R. N. VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Lopez, R. N., Wade, W. T., Graham, G. R., Hall, R. L., Borland, J. B., Tay' lor, J. O., Kennedy, A. J., Mishler, A. L., Hoopingarner, M. S., Norris, G. F., Second Row: Phillips, A. A., Miller, M. M., Schoeffler, W. L., Dunlapp, L. L., Call, K. C., Williams, C. R., Helm, L. O. Jr., Hulse, P.R. VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Doyle, R. O. Warnke, J. R., Beckum, C. Jr., McCrosky, N. P., McWil- liam, J. R., Clingan, W. A., Het terly, D. W., Gordon, P. W. Cheek, P. D., Second Row Baker, R. G.. Roberts, R. H. Walker, H. R., Lucas, J. F. Mattingly, R. E., Wooten, W B Ill Tucker, P. T., Schone- man, 'M. A., Third Row: San ford, R. L.. Hamilton, J. D., Berendes, T. E., Sinclair, L. W., Weathers, J. C., Olson, R. J., Piffath, R. C. VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Turner, R W., Ward, J. W., Russell, W. R. Smith, J. E., Thompson, J. K. Hanna, M. R., Davis, R. L. Wheeler, J. C., Nicoll, D. R. Zinn, B. G., Horn, R. E., Sec ond Row: Feria, D. M., Thayer N. E., Johns, J. E., Payne, O H., Wheeler, A. R., May, J. C. Smales, D., Reed, M. C., Cle ment, W. T.. McCumber, C. E. Fisher, G. M., Holland, D. L. Third Row: Valencia, R. J. Grace, R. E., Berrio, V. P., All derdice, C. F., Ryner. L- W- Moebius, P F., lsherwood, D P., Engle, D. L., Lampley, V A., Briggs, D. M. VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Mobley, J. R., Flaherty, R. T., Cix, C. F., Brown, R. A., LTJG Wolfram. LTJG Hanna, Schultz, J. R., Hadley, R. C., McGarrity, W. T., Ohno, L. M., Second Row: Stock, J. A., Brown, J. , Smith, R. S., Lumbley, K. Hunter, J. L., Niederegger, J., Vance, P. A., Clem, C. , Landgrover, H., Browne, T. , Third Row: Brannon, K. , Wear, V. R., McLaughlin, R. K., Gray, P. F., Penno, J. W., Buck, R. L., Kiihn, L. H., McSparren, L. B. Jans, W. T. ?!'P:U!"'Sf' 13 . nmzocc n jigs' V UK., 2 , 'fj If ,V ' 14. ,l..g..- , A A ,. Hi -I -4 xx M! f 555'-A 7 x I 4, P. V ' 7.71 x . fl' Q. f A l l us. ,dr- . -:wa 4 v 1,7 .5 I , , ,. , , . , ,lk . X J 117' 33,.I,, 1 I - V I X5-D70 ef , ,. ., I .V f - Jr. fafMiy'c.. . wee: 4. nm. , I U z ,m7 Q n X V- A fin' I 9, .- I c.. J . J 4 ff 'r-4 hail f .. fuk A Q? wr ' ' , 1 -3. f 2, 'hz' J, X , . S , 4 . ' . , lf iw . I 7 , 'K I I ,, ali 3, fi , L 2 - ' 4' I ' . , 4 X , ' 1 7' X ' .. 4' 9 . 4 T4 1 ' 1 J Q , 4 ,, ix! -4 I Y I x Ag . I, v 2 Q, 1 A W 4 I 4. jul iS Q 7 fe 'Q 7 , ., ',f, I ' .h 1 -. 1 T noaocco V Algg gm ff l J!! A noaocco R Aiggg 1 ! is if f R ' Y' A v1 Q9 4 "H gl - vw Q ,XLR ' , . gl . 'za S QQ .I I I . J , SAUDI I . n ' ., Q l . 1 . S wa 619 f- fi .L 3 Y ... . iygg J. - if V A . A rg .V , -, X - . up ' R ' uni I , I ,W K-, . yy .- I A A , 'Cf W a , xy, Jie? A ' M "' li . i I ,VJ 18, 1 if 1 l Q ' -' 3 N' H 1 47 X 1, . - . ' . P-YH, ' A . f y r I 1 ,W h , Jia . . ,Q T f lllrr Y K 'ew i ,Ky 11-3 L' ,.. A VAH-6 . 4 ' , ig, gli Ayr.. nf. First Row, L to R: Gantt, J. A., ' .4 V , ' N Semmen, D. J., Semmen, D. A., ' of 71 , f ' so 4 lIlVTa.llger,HB.'M., Bleuins, H. L. , , I A D' , . , S' 1 awey, Olsen, W. H. M' V, N , ' ' ,l r .,1 Coorner, C.. V., Middleton, B. , , 1, gr F . . .L D., Wunderllch, R. A., Welborn, " P Ffif iv .- . - f, ,, J. E. Jr., second Row: Gallon, J -yi .gf R. A., Martin, J. s., wogan, D. 5 ' R., Powell, J. R., Ulmer, G. R. Shugart, J. H., Seidelman, J A.. Hunt, M. W., Selby, S. Knapp, A. E., Third Row: Beebe C, E., Loucks, K. A., Swanson M. A., Hinson, G. C., Jacobs T. A., Michel, D. H., Kidd, C D., Billings, R. P., Higgen bothan, M. S. IRM! li l l i l T1 l . S7 i l l v i r l l l l l 'ix .14 VAH-6 First Row, L to R: Scroggins, J. T., Foor, V. L., Gamez, C.. Clark, R. H., Morgan, G. J., Spitz, C. J., Fenton, J. D.. Zimmerman, D. E., Hill, F. E., Hartman, R. L., Second Row: Cook, W. H., Bostwick, B. A., Ward, T. E., Ganoe, B. A.. Pierce, K. N., Holland, T. J., Saunders, S. D., Rime, R. R.. Third Row: Brown, J. C., Ren- ner, T. L., Cooper, G. A., Basque, H. R., Smith, L. E., Geibig, J. F., Gonzales, D. VAH-6 First Row, L to R: San Juan R. Y. Parmly W. E. Messacar W. A. Hildabrand W. L. Banks . A. Downs L.. P. Boling . . ach F. . H ' S. . . een . . Droza . Second Row: Peterson D. H. in J. . Re R. R. A . . ' ' T. C.. Bar D. N. Scoville A. N. Hun y O. W. Mckee A. W. Third Row: J nes W. B. use N. . Westlund T. B. Hughes C. W. Hoffmann A B. Brown L. D.. Rogers R. E. Gonzales C. v. chambuss . . A VA- First Row, L to R: LTJG J. P. Schafer LTJG J. W. Fagerness LCDR M. D. Cunningham CDR . A. Castruccio CDR B. Shepherd LCDR M. S. Schuman J. Hunt LT . Alexander LTJG H. R. Melendy Second Row: LCDR C. B. H LTJG P. N. Baker LT liams LT PP S Norton T. Wil . . LTJG J. G. Bloomfield LTJG . J. Curtin LTJG C. F. Pe G F. J. Bender, LT W. Atkinson 1- V., VA-81 First Row, L to R: Dishroon. D. T., Dudziak, R. P., Donaldson, J. W., LCDR M. S. Schuman, Larmon, F. H., Manning, B. E., Duckworth, H. L., Culbertson, R. E., Second Row: Croker, A. E., Carle, M. L., Spinner, J. J., Etherton, L. K., Harrington, R. D., Wyman, M. E. VA-81 First Row, L to R: Roberts, R. W., Gillespie, J. W.. Ford, E. D., Elder, C. F. L., Ross, J. T., LTJG J. P. Schafer, LT P. S Norton, Marshall, W. B., Mar- shall, S. C., Bylan, J. L., Down- ing, W. S., Second Row: Garcia C. S., Magoon, O. W., Jones T. M., Fought, W. E., Crosson L. W., Crockett, G. N., Harrison E. E., Donnelly, J. P., Guerre M. W., Yates, P. A., Whitehead P. M. l VA-81 First Row, L to R: Yacchardi D. L., Begin, M. A., Allen, D C., Will, C. D., Turek, J. J., LT W. P. Atkinson, Anderson, J W., Barlow, W. L., McGuire, J L., Cook, T. P., Linder, H. Second Row: Driscoll, T. J. Powell, W. W., Love, F. M. Jackson, J. L., Sprouse, E. G. Faulkner, R. E., MacKenzie, R C., Page, B. L., Manville, A. J. Third Row: Knissel, K., Callo way, R. L., Merriott, J. H. Serino, J. A. , fx-, 1, , 1 ,. Ei x ' EJ: f i .1 .. q I . 'K P' f 4 I u '54 - -0 Y 55 . ,ff , Q e 11,7 f F , , 25 K 4 ' ' , 'ai J? f f Q K- 3 xl!! 'H W 'X I if -I S: V V '54 ,,W,,,.,,,,,,,..-., JL , VA-81 First Row, L to R: Miller, G. L.. King, R. L., Monfette, G. C., LTJG J. G. Bloomfield, Cohkle, J. W., Lee, E. E., Riggs, O. D., Fauland, .R., Second Row: Col- ley, L. M., Prkna, G, W., Kulesa, A. P.. Clark, J, R., Ragan, D. V., Throop, C. P., Carroll, R. L., Elder, M. R., Culbertson, N. R., Third Row: Pecorale, M. E., Pendergraph, F. L., Tandberg, G. R.. Arey, E. H., Hurst, H. J., Griffin, M. J., Wimberley, C. L.. Bachman, F. J., Kincaid, D. C. VA-81 First Row, L to R: Hermann, G. J., Long, T. D., Robinson, T. M.. Bernhardt, J. E., LTJG H. R. I Melendy, Brummert, J. H., Coalson, J. T., Raynor, J. A., Harrison, E. E., Second Row: Manning, R. L., Kyle, J. R., Barlow, E. T., Morgan, J., An- derson, L. D., Paige, J. R.. Thompson, R, A. VA-83 VA-83 First Row, L to R: LTJG R. R. Bunn, LT P. N. Ware, LT J. F. Barr, LCDR J. M. Zacharias, CDR R. G. Thomson, Jr., CDR F. B. Bromley, LCDR H. A. Hope, Jr,. LT P. J. Carlson, LT D. P. Arnold, LTJG A. J. Vicar, Second Row: LT E. A. Olliver, LTJG R. F. Zimmerman, LTJG W. F. Bartley, Jr., LTJG J. C. Watford, LTJG R. H. Laumeyer, LTJG D. J. Stavrides, LTJG D. A. O'Connell, LTJG S. G. Martin, Third Row: LTJG R. G. Hoffman, LTJG C. J. Ingham, LTJG C. T. Mahlstedt 1 1 l VA-83 First Row L to R: Briggs . . Gurd T. G. Ristvey . . Jennings J. A. Herndon C. . Roberts W. R. Jr. Mower . C. Moffatt G. B. Cole W. . Beckette J. D. Green H. . Second Row: Burt D. R. Hika House J W Mor an D. S. T. . . g . M script C. E. Dos . . orbes D. s . . urphy P. J. Collaso J. . Third Row: Hunsucker H. C. Goodson W. L. Thompson A. L. Mannella H. P. Pres ey J. H. Shook K. A. Bjork und . W. Moore R. . VA83 First Row, L to R Dixon R ye D Hnlgers Feltls R V McGregor C rew A A Potter urcy L P Stone ey A D A n Second Row Drellbelis R Lovlsek W B Janeczek J s W E Blades er P D K nnell lndler J L Carrlgan Third Row Brodm I K on zales C C Holobaugh D D Kane B Dyson G Mitts H D Chambers R J Rison W M Thomas A P E:uZ":,m1Z VA 83 First Row L to R Cook R Goodwin J D Blxle R Gowens G A Edenton T Connatser P A Rowson J aughn J P Du e Manzanares J H Second Row Johnson C A Beckner F J Sharkey J A Mattson P E Coapland D T Sharp D N es F De o o rry T on W White K P Third Row Guess Van er oort Verstraete E O Goodrich M W Bevllacqua L J Brazell J Mobley J W Short R W Dooley H F Hoyhtya L W Ro olo R G - g3?' fgg . ig ?!7" ' V 5 5 I ' 1 fm Fm QQ' ew X K WWWU Amrmn 9? 3' fig. if VHP .5d5W?gnr. f 5 vim C44 4 sl Ru, "Y 0' rc-Q VMA-331 First Row, L to R: Baldwin, J. T. Jr., Wilson, W. M., Dela- garza, R. A., Wolford, R. E. 1st LT L. E. Webster, CAPT W. K. Wehrell, 1stLT J. R. Martin Jr., 1stLT C. E. Foreman, McQuinn, H. M., Barrett, C. F., Gay, J. T., Second Row: King, J. V., Hills, R. S., Bright, T. L., Blake, R. R., Desmond, D, T. Jr., Oatridge, F. I., Horst, G. C., Kot, R. F., Majors, W. F., James, G T., Scott, D. G., Vinyard, J. T., Byrd, D. L., Brown, J. L. Jr., Copeland, J. W., Meyers, G. R., Third Row: Hughes, C. W., McLaughlin, F. L., Mathiews, L. H., Meyer, J. Jr., Taylor, J. W., Grauer, R. K., Travis. R. G., Sheaves, G. N., Camp, N. L., Huckstep, J. R., Tim- man, J. C. VMA-331 First Row, L to R: Dempsey, J. B., Himel, W. J., Nash, C. M. Jr., 1stLT G. D. Dickson, 1stLT R. C. Trumpfheller, CAPT P. F, Nieland, 1stLT W. F. Lawless, 1stLT E. L. Rischar, Gant, W. J., Stewart, A. W., McWhorter, R. A., Second Row: Mosely, A. W., Smith, H. H., Gallagher, J. W., Vacenovsky, T. J., Strom, D. L., Smiley, O. R. Jr., Stein, W. M., Clouser, J. L., Carlough, G. T., Palmiero, L. C., Neff, J. D., Pavlas, R. E., Paris, V. P., Kelly, M, J. Jr., Stein, R. A., Third Row: Rex, W. P., Burton, J. H., Wiles, J. M., Alvarez, F., Knight, D. D., Self, D. A., Williams, H. M., Schiller, M. F. Jr., Bricketto, R. J., Rising, R. R., Weber, D. N., Kruse, W. D., Andrews, M. H., Livermore, K. R. VF-74 VF-74 First Row, L to R: LT Forten- berry, LT Lambertson, LT Loque,LCDR Peters,CDR Rank, CDR Thomson, LCDR Manfredi, LT Walker ,ENS Dempsey, Sec- ond Row: LTJG Korsmo, LT Findlay, LT Shulick, LT Ausley, L Tem le LTJG Brinks LTJG T D . . Pettengill, LTJG Klmberling, ' : LTJG LTJG Brown, Third Row Rawlings, LTJG Whiting, LTJG Matthews, LTJG Jackson LTJG Estabrook. LTJG Weller, LTJG Hahn, ENS Stenehiem,, ENS Falt, ENS Evans, LTJG Petty ,X jf-..NVof'X1? Fgyyvjw ly- ,...,,. H f.2l?:.isz f Q14 lrre r ' B New if ffm . f fzfiglf ,2,-475-Pl" - ' 3 ' . , ,N -. . 1 eww- 1. 1 Q .3 'mi-f':gg.ll. KJ '. 37, ' W J "ffl ' -f-- . Y J 'Y . EL , Q ..., lx- 5, x 1 L X- 1 fr .ly . or - . Q 1 . R B3 -Lf r . g P Q. , . I ' ' Y . uf . -3 , 5 " un, . 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X, K., ,5 .. r, - wi V V , if f. Q 4 , ' fl ' A , VV S4 ' . 1. , 4- , Y' . 4 K N! Y V V. , A ,VV 'V V W6 4 5,14 VW? WO. 4, .ze 2- 41 -'g?74,w ' 1 y ff , V, 4 Wx, r 1, . ,3 , V. V , 5, . ,gg f g ..., f .- .,, . I X: I M' , -N-. I V Ya l l l l 1. l K i lu v lf, lla 'U ll 'l Vl 9 . ll Y X, l 0 l 'ri R i l ii' xi li V l P l ,. il, W Lk f?j?tv"'m - - ...UB .A ,Le ....a..... . A-V-L VF 74 Flrst.Row, L to R: O'Neill, W. F., Hlnes, S. H., Walls, M., Col- veh, E. E., LTJG Jackson, LT Lambertson, LT Findlay, Oates, O. E., Yerdon, G. E., Johnson, J. R., Price, D. E., Second Row: Spates, J. W., Levy, M, Fowler, J. W., Bugg, M. C., Chambers, G. C., Moon, M. E., Bishop, M. J., Boyd, B. L. M., Third Row: Sweet, D. L., Radford, R. L.. Nuvy, .R H., Snively, L. E., Callahan, E. B., Stowell, P, B. VF-74 First Row, L to R: Arvin, R., Street, J. E., Davis, G. L., Johnston, L., Logue, W. R., Hahn, J. E., McCluskey, W. L., Almeda, E, R., Perez. B. B., Faurot, L. E., Second Row: Mc- Cullar, J, G., Minnich, D. J., Anderson, D. G., Foust, G. W., Epps, W, T., Weaver, C. E., Porter, S. W., Kulek, R., Baez, H., Third Row: Herman, C. E., Springer, D. R., Burgess, D. C., Howell, T. L., Sorges, T. C., O'Donnell, J. J., Wilson, R. H., Jenkins, C. E., Velazquez, E., Wood, L. K., Rodenas, D. VF-74 First Row, L to R: Perkins, F. R., Everett, C. J., Stephens, L. C., Gill, S. J., LTJG Brown. LTJG Petty, Creel, J. C., Mickle, D. M., Bowman, F. P., Robbins, M. W., Fuller, V. R., Second Row: White, E. S., Fellows, F. .. Harvey, H. E., Plumberg, Gilbreath. J. L., Rowe, Conley, W. J., Skibicki, 931 P71 W. A., Wagner, D. G., McKenney, L. D., Third Row: Donahue, J. P., Huffman, W. C., Groves J. B., Gruber, L. P., Selig, T. A., Stevens, J. E., Satathite, S. L., Cerar, T. W., Atkins, W. L., Marrero, R. Powell, D. W. VF-74 First Row, L to R: Boley, D. P., Hoffmann, F. R., Hacker, A. E., Bachko, J. A.. Wight, J. M., LTJG Rawlings, LTJG Harrison, LT Ausley, Pontes, M., Beard, R., Snape, R., Second Row: Hicks, R. D., Skinner, W. C., Phipps, E. L., Frakes, D. R.. Edler, C. E., Faulkner, E. C., Grace, B. C., Tarrant, W. J., Raynal, S. L., Pickney, R. E., Mason, W. D., Third Row: Hallmon, L. M., Warner, T. B., Textor, J. W., Franklin, C. B., Nelson, G. L., Crugnola, M. C., Brown, R. W., Bourne, R., Williams, A. R., Padgett, L. T. VF-74 First Row, L to R: Gates, J. A., Hunter, J. L., Gee, L. C., Wil- liams, W. B., LTJG Whiting, LTJG Matthews, McClean, C., Benson, B. B., Mentzer, H. A., Redding, B. K., Second Row: Stieben, A. D., Allen, H. M., Ludolph, J. W., Troup, D. M., Price, T. B., Boas, S. L., Gor- don, L., Rhoades, D. M., Selph, W. J., Crocker, F. L., Third Row: Allen, J. P., Drake, J. K., Cawley, P. H., Rogge, R. W., Contant, W. L,, McKenney, C. B., Selheim, L. J., Hargadon, E. JJ,, Guthrie, F. L., Nowell, VF-74 First Row, L to R: Sherwin, J. A., Crosby, L. L., Ripley, J. A., Burrow, C. 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"'1- ',f.Z7Za,f 1' k ' '4.-"'f7'lf-3' 'f 'U , i 'V L.: - me - i l VF-103 VF-103 First Row, L to R: CAPT Basi- net, LCDR Moore, CDR Ger- hard, CDR Hayward, LCDR Lott, LT Walter, Second Row: LTJG Smith, LT Stedman, LTJG Bently, LTJG Hoffman, Third Row: Witkiewicz, Fredrickson, Ziemba, Harrington, Litton. Greene, Widner v. First Row, L to R: Ebbess, F. P., Davis, J. D., Kean, R. D., Patti, L. A., LTJG Hoffman, Litton, D. A., Hajdusek, J, R.. Dineen, B. J., Smith, H. J., Chandler, J. G., Second Row: Bethea, J. B., Bradbury, J, E., Yakkel, W, J., Velez, E., Thom- ason, W. R.. Peters, J. H., Ar- nold, D. L., Chandler, K. E., Bower, R. V., Third Row: Brig- man, J. L., Wyrick, P. P., Hurley, H. J., Shepard, G. W., Schweiger, R., Davis, C. W., Hoggard, G. N. VF-103 First Row, L to R: Morrison, G, R., Holley, J. R., McMillian, I. J., Larson, L. D., Schellenberg, W., LTJG Armstrong, Kauffman, H, M., Fassbender, W. H., Robinson, W. L., Claypool, D. ki L Second Row: L., Goerc , ., Weber, T. J., Johnston, L. L. Suykerbuyk, J. C., Hayworth J. A., Meyer, J. J., Kilosky, M W., Komlofske, J. J., Malanga V., Bach, G. R., Third Row: Schenck, E. H., Hetzel, S. E., Kelley, P. E., Haisler, G. C., Sethman, M. J., Pickering, A. Mice J W Finnern J O., rl y. . .. . D., Neer, C. J., Jackson, F. J. ,,,!, VF-103 First Row, L to R: Hadik, J. A., Pattison, T. W., Prouty, R. W., Shepherd, P., Schieber, W., Gardner, A. D., Dover, E. E., Cook, R. E., Mohlenhoff, B. D., O'Dell, S. W., Smith, W. M., Second Row: Barnhill, M. G., Martin, R. D., Robinson, C. X., Smith, J. T., Renshaw, M. J., Sutton, C. H., Day, A. M., Benton, W, B., Walker, T. N., Third Row: Pullen, R. H., How- ard, W. C., Mouser, G. C., Golembiewski, T., Becker, E. S., Jolly, J, W., Roth, V. J., Rein- inger, R., Goldman, G. A., Hayes, J. A. VF-103 First Row, L to R: Williams E., Reed, D. W., Stadtler, R. C. Weaver, K. A., Goodin, P. N. Baker, D. G., Shingleton, R. L. O'ShieIds, F. D. R., Brooks R. A., Holloway, G. G., Ben nett, J. E., Second Row: Rosen- bluth, M. C., Hildebrandt, E., Ingram, C. L., Mitchell, W. J., Willis, R. F., Gantt, C. W., Sands, L. C., Bianco, F. B., Churcher, D. R., Porter, E. W., Allender, J. H. 1 1 1 1 1 W V ,,h, .,.. K . 0 Q if i ' C "" if if J . . J ' it 1 A -1 1-- Q ,f is 9 V X. ""'A""' J ' ' 1 -X S 49' - Q sf .L as , , ' Q 1 4 N .ii W 6 , ug I ? AE, Fi X ff' L, ,S V, N . ,,,,.,o , , f km ., A-,, . , HYQM 'I 1' -,Q , f , xg O 2 ' x N x . X f 1 vg:,,'Qw N . In N seas- ' ' X' ' of U1 if il A 'Nl - he VAW-12 VAW-12 First Row, L to R: Sammons, C. E., Hopkins, G, J., Elzey, R. E., Kincaid, R. C., Victor Schneider lb . J., Shaw, J. L., J. E., Second Row: Murray, C E., Schmitt, J. H., Andress A. C., Woodk, T. K., Messer J. S., Larkin, D. J., Muehlen brock, B. K., Johnson, A. E. Joe. 1 J, ,,. . -4 --A -A rf A-A VAW-12 First Row, L to R: Olmstead, R. K., Lockwood, B. L., Hoover, D. C., Eick, R. O., Conley, V. E., Viles, V. D., Keefer, W. G., Lockeh, R. L., O'Dell, J. M., Cathy, A. E., Second Row: Carter, A. P., Phelps, E. H.. Sylvester, N. J., Cavanaugh, F. R., Yon. C. S., Stanley, C. H., Ream, D. A., Calabreha, R., Lard, T. W., Glanden, R. C.. Meckling, J. C., Rutledge, G. W., Third Row: Bakewell, J. L.. Gavek, R. L., Ricotta, M. B., Vakulick, S., Taylor, R. T., Seligman, L. R., Dyleski, D. W., Filbin, F. E., Belew, C. K., Glass, F., Mugford, R. VAW-33 VAW-33 First Row, L to R: Trausi, O. V., ENS B. K. Pierson, LTJG W. C. Miller, LT M. E. Bartu- sek, LT J. S. Short, ENS, J. R. Marshall, Inman, C. O., Everett, J. W., Second Row: Shaw, M.. Rice, M. R., Coleman, E. Jones, B., Rex, S. R., Ander- son, R., Casey, R. F., Third Row: Carter D. E., Hamilton, H. L., Riehl, D. F., Voorhaar, T. J., Bruno, J. A., Smith, W. R., Foster, H., Bullard, M. C. VAW-33 First Row, L to R: Eilers, J E., Coble, R. R., Bogart, J. F. LTJG J. J. Brow, LI'JG F. Hf Saunders, LTJ-G G. G. Fisher, LTJG F. P. Roll, Loper, J. W. Jones, W. D., Emerson, B. M. Second Row: Fortier, R. J. Esker, R. M., Belinski, F. J. Long, E. P., Darlington, R. S. B., Vadnais, B. J., Campbell R. C., Third Row: Phinney, J W., Bright, R. W., Howe, V. T., Culp, J. T., Roberts, G. D., Pierce, G. D., Hall, B. J. Q, 1- W, 1 i VFP-62 VFP-62 DET 59 First Row, L to R: Pinkley, T. J., Sees, J. A., Pace, J. R., LTJG B. F. Staub, LTJG K. W. Nuechterlein, LCDR W. C. Larry, ENS C. R. Farabaugh, Davis, E. A. Jr., Rempert, W. A., Vincent, N. Jr., Weaver, J. A., Second Row: Wulff, E. R. Jr., Lavergne, R. A., Dorsey, L. T., Baker, D. L., Dudra, S. M., Cross, W. A., Dunkin, J. N., Perrin, L. S., Ferrell, J. A., Nelson, G. E., Bellefeuille, P. J., Tucker, G. O., White, C. D., Hertzog, B. L., Third Row: Cohen, R. F., Hanna, E. C., Kuopus, C. L., Blake, G. P., Watkins, G. E., Tanhoff, T. E., Wade, D. "C", Montgomery, G. G. Jr., Bailey, J. J., Holst, L. M., Rominger, J. G., Mul- lenix, D. R., Mullinex, B. E., Missing: LTJG D. J. Condon, McCord, W. J., Williams, T. L., Butler, E., Crist, M. D., Morsch, A. E., Hart, R. E., Woods, J. H. HU-2 HU-2 First Row, L to R: ENS M. Defries, ENS M. Howe, LTJG J. McCallum, LT R. Olson, LTJG R. Knight, LTJG J. Legge, LTJG L. Grant, LTJG L. Scott, Second Row: Schidler, L., Hughes, I., Howard, J., Samet, R., Spyres, H., Burress, R., Gettys, W., Kerr, P. HU-2 First Row, L to R: Clemmons, ., aughn, "D", Howe, C., ' R V Hehl K. Marks, G., Guild, R., Winters,'T., Rondeau. S., Steele, G Miller, C., Cooper, W., Cantarutti, F., Second ROW- Clements, G., Kenney.. J., Par- sons C. Aliff, R., Grimm, D., c ra' Lf Napalo, M., Gilbert 0 1 1 J. Kelly, J., Wenker, J., Thlrd Row: Swain, J., McEvoy. A J- Keto, J., Dicicco, J., Parligh G., Quidort, R., Scharnhorst R., Dadds, R., Mullinnix, R. H V no -4 ,H I ,K , ,.,,,, fw..4,,,,, , 1 4 r M gli 1,. ' 1 fn if. .Q 41 '-ana: by Coll 1 I ,rms .Q if ms? 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